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San Francesco  


Not to be confused with Buca Bu

Facing the Basilica di San Francesco, locals consider this to be the best in town, with creative Umbrian dishes based on local ingredients and aromatic herbs such as wild fennel or marjoram. Strong points are the appetizers and the desserts. The menu changes seasonally but might include dishes like gnocchi topped with a sauce of wild herbs and oca con finocchio selvaggio (goose stuffed with wild fennel). Closed Wednesday. Major credit cards. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via di San Francesco, 52, Assisi, IT-PG Map
Tel. 075.812.329/813.302
http://www.ristorantesanfrancesco.com/


Sparafucile  


View toward the Duomo.

Great food and wine plus outdoor seating by the façade of the Duomo is Foligno at its best. The Duomo, otherwise known as the Cathedral of San Feliciano (1133-1201), is Romanesque on the outside, 18th-century on the inside. Since the people of Foligno were deeply involved in both Papal States battles and liberation fighting, "Sparafucile" — jargon for "shooter" or "assassin" — is appropriate. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Largo Carducci, 30, Foligno, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.342.602
Closed Sundays


Trattoria Il Cavallino  


Near Narni, not Narnia...

Like "Pyscho’s" Bates Hotel, this three-generation family trattoria north of Narni on the Via Flaminia must have been bustling before the Autostrada was a gleam in the eye of its postwar builders. Grilled meats are dependable and reasonably priced. In cooler months (October-March) phone ahead to request the wild pigeon in a sauce of liver, white wine, capers, garlic and sage, with olives added at the last minute. Rabbit roasted with rosemary and sage and grilled T-bone steaks are popular here. Adequate local wine selection. Simple atmosphere but good, basic food attracts Romans on weekends. Three kilometers north of Narni center. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via Flaminia Romana 220, Narni, IT-TR Map
Tel. 0744.761.020
Closed Tuesdays


Tric Trac  


The Tric Trac outdoors.

Outside dining offers a dazzling view of Spoleto’s Duomo (late afternoon the sunlight strikes the gold mosaics). The hillside parade of residents and visitors makes for ongoing theater — as do the diners themselves. Try saffron-flavored pasta with fresh summer vegetables and stuffed pheasant. Other favorites: risotto with black truffles and pear salad. Antonelli’s Montefalco Rosso red wine fine-tunes the meal. Restaurant dates to 1967, when it was opened by Giuseppe D'Amelio e Spartaco Grilli, who recently opened a spot on Capri. During Spoleto’s Festival dei Due Mondi in July, even a medieval sorcerer couldn't conjure you up a table, so reserve well ahead. Closed Wednesday in winter. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Piazza Duomo, 10, Spoleto, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0743.44592
http://www.trictrac.it/
Open Daily


Villa Pambuffetti  


Better on top...

Thank goodness for places like this, where cocktail dresses fit in perfectly. The private villa was converted to a hotel, so settle in for some refined dining and try not to drive the sommelier as crazy as this diner did (you might want to start with a local white Grechetto before you move on to Montefalco Rosso). Fireplace by the front door. Guest chefs sit in to work wonders, but locals come for a special night out when the regular is on duty, too. Book the room on the top for more thrills. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Viale della Vittoria, 20, Montefalco, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.379.245
Open Daily


Villa Roncalli  


Don't be in a hurry...

This 16th-century villa on the outskirts south of Foligno in secluded tranquility is where well-heeled locals like to dine. Talented chef Maria Luisa conjures memorable meals at a leisurely pace, so don't be in a hurry. Everything is homemade. (Even at breakfast, if one can nab an upstairs room, in the frescoed dining room bread, jams, cornetto, and other freshly-baked treats.) The fixed price dinner (€45) is excellent value for both the quality of food and the accompanying wines. Closed most of January and the last three weeks of August. — Judy Edelhoff

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Viale Roma, 25, Foligno, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.391.091
Closed Mondays


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