Looking for fun restaurant suggestions in Verona, Italy
I go to VinItaly in Verona almost every year - hear are my favorite places that you should be able to get in to, however, I do recommend that you do call to make reservations. Usually you can even call and make reservations the same day, but I wouldn't try to "walk-in" anywhere - you'll end up eating a pizza!
Pasticceria Barini: best coffee in the world, accompanied by amazing pastries
Osteria Al Carro Armato: typical Veronese
Osteria dal Cavaliere: great for aperitivo or lunch - be forewarned, service it slooow
Ristorante al Calmiere: go here for bollito
Trattoria Giulietta e Romeo: obviously touristy, yes, but the food is good!
Le Cantine de L'Arena: meat, meat and more meat!
Ristorante Giovanni Rana: high end pasta from the famous chef