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While the French slave for hours, fussily transforming ingredients into perfect dishes, Italians prefer to use perfect ingredients and let them speak for themselves. Pasta is a staple across the country, eaten as a first course and usually followed by a meat or fish main course. Pizza is a popular, cheap, and cheerful alternative. Italian restaurants will often cap off your meal with limoncello or another homemade digestivo.

Italian wines are among the best in the world and are priced accordingly. But in the wine regions, you can always get a great inexpensive bottle. The best reds—from full-bodied to ephemeral—come from Tuscany (avoid straw-covered bottles of Chianti, which will invariably be bad), Umbria, and Piedmont. If you're celebrating, prosecco (sparkling white wine) is a bargain compared with its French cousin, Champagne.

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Ristorante Colleverde, Santa Maria di Castellabate

Located in Hotel Colleverde, on a hill in Santa Maria di Castellabate, this homey pizzeria offers picture-perfect vistas of the Cilento Coast. The menu...more

see the Cilento Coast guide
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Ristorante Hotel Al Sorriso, Soriso, Italy

Nestled in the tiny village of Soriso, five miles south of Orta San Giulio, Al Sorriso is spelled with a double "r" because sorriso means "smile" in Italian....more

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Ristorante Quadri

The window tables in the upstairs restaurant at Gran Caffè Quadri—with their peerless views across St. Mark's Square—have been sought after for...more

see the Venice guide
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Ristorante Sociale, Como, Italy

There's nothing fancy about this homey trattoria under an arcade beside Como's cathedral, and that's pretty much the point. The only hints of pretension are the...more

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Roscioli, Rome

Near Campo De' Fiori (a magnet for young Romans at night), the Roscioli family has turned their long-standing bakery and grocery store into destinations for...more

see the Rome guide
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Rossellinis, Ravello

The region's grandest dining (and no lunching) takes place at grandissimo hotel Palazzo Sasso, courtesy of young Pugliese chef Pino Lavarra, who took over from...more

see the Amalfi Coast guide
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Sadler/Chic'n Quick

Probably the most famous Milanese chef after Gualtiero Marchesi, Claudio Sadler was sitting pretty with two Michelin stars and a suave city-center restaurant...more

see the Milan guide
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Sandri, Perugia

The interior of this historic bar-pasticceria on Perugia's main street is a museum of sorts; its carved wooden display shelves, painted ceiling, chandeliers,...more

see the Umbria guide
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San Rocco, Orta San Giulio, Italy

Everyone needs a break from Italian food once in a while, and the international cuisine at the San Rocco fits the bill. Start with the smoked Scottish salmon or...more

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Sant'Andrea, Palermo, Sicily

By the Vucciria market off Piazza San Domenica, this chic little place serves evolved Sicilian trattoria dishes emphasizing seafood (like squid stuffed with...more

see the Sicily guide
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