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bmohen Jul 28, 2008 11:41 AM

I have read every post I could locate about the Cinque Terre. I will be traveling with my family from Tuscany to the Riviera and decided to take an overnight along the Cinque Terre. I would love to stay in a town to dine at a special restaurant. In all of the posts I have seen general good restaurants but nothing special.

We travel to Italy regularly (once a year) and prefer great meals rather than the fanciest meals. My favorites are the special "locals only" restaurants and Tratorias. My wife speaks fluently and I speak enough to order my food and vino.

If anyone has a recomendation, let me know.

  1. erica Aug 1, 2008 02:31 PM

    But you have lots of answers on the thread that you started with the same questions...see below..

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      Clove Aug 1, 2008 01:12 PM

      In Genova:
      In the friggitoria department try:
      Antica Sciamada (vico San Giorgio,14)
      For a sit down place try:
      Antica Osteria della Foce (via ruspoli, 72, tel 0105533155)
      Or
      La Cantina di Colombo (via di porta soprano, 57, tel 0102475959 is a 35-seater with simple and delicious
      Trattoria del Liberale (via Monte Fasce, 91, tel 010395248) because it is all Genova, all the time; pure Ligurian tradizione

      San Remo:
      Paolo e Barbara. (via Roma, 47, tel 0184531653)

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