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Offline Woody

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Re: Public holidays in Italy
« Reply #15 on: November 03, 2016, 01:48:11 PM »
Hi Molino,
will do that. Our house is in Casoli so there are quite a few bars and a few restaurants to choose from, if they are open.  I think we might be eating at home on Christmas day, but hopefully Christmas Eve and Boxing day we will find a restaurant, somewhere, open. One of our favourites is @Livella. The menu has changed, in the last year or so, and there is now a lot more on offer other than just pizza. Also La Taverna on the side of Lago di Casoli. My son, who is coming with us for Christmas, thinks that Il Sogno and Gran Cafe Borgo will be open. We shall see, so will report back.


Offline levissima

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Re: Public holidays in Italy
« Reply #16 on: November 03, 2016, 02:33:51 PM »
Many restaurants do special Christmas dinner but you have to book. I went once and thought I should choose from the  menu, not realising that you got everything on the menu. Lunch started at 1 pm and we staggered out at six pm, swearing we'd never eat again !