Tucked back off the street around a lovely interior garden, this is Reggio's best spot for an elegant dinner. Chef Gianni d'Amato launched this new venture after his Michelin-starred Rigoletto was destroyed by the r…
Reggio’s central squares host a produce market. Typical local snacks include erbazzone (herb pie with cheese or bacon) and gnocco fritto (fried salted dough). Parmesan is also produced locally.
Reserve ahead at this very popular pizzeria that spreads out onto a spacious cobblestone square on warm summer evenings.
Spread out under the porticoes of a former convent, this relaxed but highly atmospheric restaurant serves reasonably priced set meals, including options for vegans, vegetarians and kids.