"No Reservations: Verona" - Your help needed
This may be overly ambitious (particularly because I live in New York), BUT, I would love to plan a culinary tour (Bourdain-style) of Verona for a smaller group of wedding guests in September. My fiance is native Veronese, so language shouldn't be an issue. We love the show, and many of our guests are foodies seeking authentic, non-fussy, food experiences around the world. Can you help with a list of must-try places (from divey, streetside, cafes, to more upscale, but keep in mind we will be doing this all in one afternoon and evening)? We will be doing wine tasting another day, so wine does not have to be the focus, but is certainly a welcome complement.