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Restaurants in Spello (Perugia)

Bar Giardino Bonci  


Under Spello's spell...

The spot with a view over the rolling hills of verdant Umbria. Ideal for those on a tight budget. Morning coffee, or lunch with local cheeses and salamis, or sit back and sample Umbrian wines. Large outdoor seating area to sit back, read, chat, or just enjoy the view. — Judy Edelhoff

Cash Only  
Via Garibaldi, 10, Spello, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.651.397
Open Daily


Enoteca Properizio  


I fratelli...

Your first stop for learning about Umbrian wine should be at what winemakers call “Umbria’s best wine store.” Carved out of a medieval building in the picturesque hamlet Spello, Enoteca Properizio, run by brothers Roberto and Carlo Angelini, is like a museum of fine wine. The store stocks 2,200 labels and offers a wine course, food and wine pairings and wine touring in English. For €30 you get crostini (tartufata, bruschetta with newly-made oil, patè, norcineria, pecorino, tartufo) paired (price on-the-spot) with three local wines, two whites and a red. Second location at Piazza Matteotti 8; tel. 0742.301.521. — Monica Larner

Major Credit Cards  
Via Torri di Properzio 8/a, Spello, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.301.688
Closed Sundays


Il Molino  


Cappellacci ripieni.

The wiry Neapolitan chef turns out excellent, sophisticated cuisine. Great wine list. Menu lists the olive oils used and the names of local producers. Try an appetizer with risina, a tiny white bean found only in the area. Pasta sauces vary from exquisitely rich with meat or game to delicate vegetable (they include tagliarini with ham and white wine, topped with fennel seeds, pistachios and sheep cheese and tagliatelle with a sauce of chickpeas, lentils, beans, celery, carrot, and onion). Outside seating or inside ender medieval arches. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Piazza Matteotti, 6, Spello, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.651305
Closed Tuesdays


Il Pinturrichio  


Umbrian strangozzi.

The breadbasket alone is a good omen: the foccaccia is exquisitely flaky and slightly smoky made with lardo (pork fat) instead of oil. Truffles are excellent in frittata, in hot puff pastry, or mixed with strangozzi, the local pasta. Papparedelle (wide noodles) with tomato-less wild boar sauce is a winner. Lamb with wild fennel, roast pig with marjoram, chicken with pistachios are all good. Sometimes wild fowl or game is featured. Focus on traditional Umbrian cuisine. The fruit strudel is a winner, but the more decadently inclined have chocolate soufflé or hazelnut cream chantilly. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Largo G. Mazzini, 8, Spello, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.301.003
http://www.ristoranteilpinturicchio.it/
Closed Sundays


La Bastiglia  


Creative antipasti.

The town’s classiest service and best gourmet dining is in this luxury rustic hotel. Michelin-starred chef Marco Gubbiotti uses traditional Umbrian ingredients, but devises his own inspired creations and lovely presentations (see photo for his appetizer variations on chianina beef, including tripe terrine). Daytime dining outside overlooks silvery green hills with olive groves. Inside the former mill offers plenty of creature comforts. Good wine list and knowledgeable sommelier. Closed for lunch on Thursday. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via Salnitraria, 15, Spello, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.651.277
Closed Wednesdays



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