This tavern style restaurant has a rustic Veronese decor, with wooden beams and old brick walls, making for an authentic experience that attracts both foreigners and locals. Come early enough to snag a seat indoors, or venture out into their garden area. Guests may choose from a wide assortment of drinks, pastas and, of course, dishes that incorporate Veronese donkey and horse meats. While at first daunting, many have found Veronese meals like horse tartar and donkey bigoli, to be among their favorite meals in Italy.
Hidden in a side street between the Arena and Museo Civico di Castelvecchio is Enocibus, a modest... Read more