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mo3 Aug 12, 2009 10:31 PM

My husband, 1 year old daughter and I are headed to Furore for a week in September. I've searched for restaurants near Furore and haven't had much luck. We will based in Furore but we will take day trips, perhaps to Positano, Ravello, Pompei, Sorrento, but does anyone know of some noteworthy non-touristy spots closer to Furore? We plan to rent a car. Thanks.

  1. vidanto Aug 23, 2009 01:55 PM

    Sorelle Rispoli is very nice and good. Be ready for a quality of service not at the top but really very nice, anyway.

    1. erica Aug 13, 2009 05:19 AM

      What about the SlowFood pick in Pogerola--Trattoria da Rispoli? (I have not been, however).

      There also seem to be some low key places in Furore.

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      1. re: erica
        theresah Aug 16, 2009 11:31 AM

        I stayed at the Furore Inn 3 years ago for a week. The food at the restaurant is fantastic as are the cooking classes. In terms out of outside food, I would suggest traveling to Amalfi or Praiano or Positano. I will be in Positano in September for 2 weeks. I never leave because most of the restaurants are excellent. Ravello has fantastic restaurants as well. It is about a 40 Euro taxi ride to either place.

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