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The owners of this osteria were so nice. We had a it of a language barrier, but guess what? We had a great meal! The antipasti platter is a must - so many different things to try. Great atmosphere in an old brick factory. I...More
We had dinner at this wonderful place. The decoration is extremely beautiful and welcoming. Lovely combination of bricks, wood and wine bottles.
The owners were very kind and cheerful. We had a wonderful time chatting with them and tasting the amazing food. Everything was delicious....More
Osteria La Vecchia Fornace was recommended to us from Villa Petrolo where we were having our destination wedding. Lucia was excellent in responding to my emails to request a dinner for about 40 guests a few nights before our wedding and providing a great set...More
What's not to like! If you are ready to be fed and then rolled out the door - this is the place to go. Our host, Fabio, owner of the Villa Catola where we stayed, is the grill master at this lovely restaurant which was...More
Our first time in Italy, we joined friends, and ate at several good restaurants. Then our group of twelve went to the Fornace Restaurant. We were the first ones there, so the owner showed us the dining area of this remodeled old brick factory. Just...More
We absolutely love this restaurant and return every year. Unfortunately in August it is usually only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Make sure that you try antipasti - a fantastic selection of cold meats, cheese, chutney, sformato, pappa pomodoro, olives and toasted breads with...More