Bergamo restaurants

Top Choice Gastronomy in Bergamo

Da Vittorio

Bergamo's Vittorio is set in a country house 9km east of town and, with over 50 years and three Michelin stars under its belt, is up there with the best restaurants in Italy, thanks to the celebrated talents of Berg…
Top Choice Italian in Bergamo

Noi

More esoteric than your average trattoria, Noi is a chameleonic restaurant that changes it spots between lunch and dinner (they even change the restaurant sign). Lunch (under the moniker 'Rame-noi') has an Asian-fus…
Pizza in Bergamo

Il Fornaio

With its wedges of focaccia-style pizza displayed like colourful art in the front window, it’s no wonder this bakery-cafe is perennially crowded. This is the kind of food that makes you hungry just looking at it, bi…
Italian in Bergamo

Il Coccio

If you’re staying in the Città Alta, it’s worth letting gravity carry you downhill to seek out this lunch-only, four-table cafe with an out-of-the-ordinary Italian menu catering for all kinds of lactose, gluten and …
Italian in Bergamo

Vineria Cozzi

Things have changed little since the original wine dealer started here in 1848. Elegant tables with delicate wrought-iron-backed chairs, globe lamps and red-and-white-checked floors make a charming setting for brusc…
Italian in Bergamo

La Tana

In the upper town, tucked close to the Venetian walls, La Tana remains exceptionally popular for painstakingly prepared Bergamesque dishes served in a sun-drenched interior of exposed brick and colourful artwork, or…
Wine Bar in Bergamo

Enoteca Zanini

Run by two accredited wine sommeliers who have worked for Gualtiero Marchesi in Erbusco, this is a great place to sample regional wine by the glass. The red-brick interior makes for a cosy atmosphere and the menu fe…
Italian in Bergamo

Mimi La Casa dei Sapori

Welcome to the fastest ‘Slow Food’ you’ll ever eat. Service in this environmentally conscious deli-restaurant is best described as breezy: you’ll be seated within seconds and served within however long it takes to b…
Italian in Bergamo

Polentone

Boiled cornmeal (aka polenta) might not be the most handy of fast foods, but this small hole-in-the-wall will soon have you grabbing a takeout. Styling itself as Italy's first polenta takeaway, Polentone serves up s…
Bergamese in Bergamo

Antica Hosteria del Vino Buono

Feast on typical dishes like cheese-sprinkled casoncelli alla Bergamasca (homemade pasta cushions filled with a spicy sausage meat and laced with a buttery sage sauce) followed by a plate of stinco al forno con pole…