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BKWine Pick: Osteria da Ugo, Verona

>> Monday, January 11, 2010

Osteria da Ugo, Verona

It’s hidden in a back street and you may have to fend off the dust bins on your way there even thought it’s in the beautiful city of Verona. It’s a traditional osteria (bistro for the Francophile), serving typical regional food from Veneto – the region where Verona is located in north east Italy. You can for example get a meat stew with amarone, or pasta with an abundance of porcini (and other) mushrooms, or a risotto made with local cheese and rosemary. A bit rustic, country-style, but very friendly service even when very busy. A pleasant restaurant, mid-priced food, and far from the local American province called Piazza delle Erbe. The wine list is also good, featuring many Valpolicellas and Amarone in various vintages.

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