Buffet Da Pepi
Behind Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia rise remains of the Roman theatre , which was built between the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. Concerts are...
Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia
This vast public domain – said to be the biggest square opening onto a waterfront in Italy – is an elegant triumph of Austro-Hungarian...
The smallest and, dare we say, friendliest of the historic bunch, this is an exquisite room that's just as nice for an evening wine as a...
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Lonely Planet review
The counter here is a site of porcine carnage: legs, necks, bellies, tongues and testicles, all awaiting a slap of relish from the huge ceramic jars of mustard and a grate of kren (horseradish). Hot, takeaway brisket or pork rolls (€3) are great for lunch.