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Restaurants in Roccascalegna (Chieti)

Il Caminetto Ristorante Pizzeria  


Pizza on a hill.

A simple, rustic joint with a large fireplace. Begin with their excellent mixed fried platter including cacciauova, delectable orbs of fried of cheese and grated bread. Another simple local specialty nicely contrasts bitter wild greens with sweet pork sausage. Also game, mushrooms, truffles. Good, hearty food to sustain a climb in the local 12th-century castle. House red wine is very drinkable. — Judy Edelhoff

Cash Only  
Contrada Colle Grande, 2, Roccascalegna, IT-CH Map
Tel. 0872.987.154
Closed Tuesdays


Jonathan's Angels  


J likes himself... a lot.

You’d think this is a left-over biker bar somehow beamed from 1970 Altamont to latter day Piazza del Fico, but no. Tacky yes, thanks to the eccentric tastes of the eponymous Jonathan. There are obvious nods to Andy Warhol, the Hell’s Angels, and tacky bits of well-traveled Americana. Otherwise it's cocktail, beer and live piano music in a wonderfully central setting. If you’re lucky the fortune-teller will show up. Oh, and the bathrooms are shrines to picaresque Jonathan. Open from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. except on Sunday, when it opens at brunch-time. — David Amory

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Via della Fossa, 16, Rome, IT-RM Map
Tel. 06.689 3426
Open Daily



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