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Searched for this place as it was on the list for Balsamic vinegar. We walked in and were in awe. Great looking specialty store with a little bit of everything. We got lessons in the different balsamic vinegars. The young guy was oh so very...More
I'd read that this place was famous for its Ragu so dropped in for a jar. A largish jar costs €14 which is pretty steep but if you're in Bologna you need to take ragu home! Haven't eaten it yet but did enjoy browsing this...More
We stopped in here because the torrone on the front table was calling my name--it had raspberries AND nuts. Inside we discovered a huge array of sweets and candies. We chose to get that torrone (delicious), some paneforte, which they cut off big wheels and...More
We spent 4 days in Bologna and happened upon this shop. We all bought some of the nougats and chocolates. The chocolate tortellini is absolutely amazing- my favorite is the white chocolate! I went back a couple times to get more boxes to take home...More
Made a stop at this wonderful wine and food store. We wandered downstairs to their wine cellar, where they had all of the Italian wine regions represented. We bought two bottles of a local wine that we had enjoyed the previous evening at dinner. The...More
Interesting shop selling a range of local food products (just opposite Paolo Atti & Figli bakery on Via Drapperie). We were only after wine and a really helpful chap showed us down to the surprisingly large cellar and helped us choose a very nice bottle...More
As a tourist you want to bring back the 'taste of Italy'. In all the bigger cities you have various shops and it is always difficult to say when it is a tourist trap or not.
This shop looks very nice with a lot of...More