Discover Restaurants offering the best Wine Bar food in Marsala, Province of Trapani, Italy. Marsala (Sicilian: Maissala; Latin: Lilybaeum) is an Italian town located in the Province of Trapani in the westernmost part of Sicily. Marsala is the most populated town in its province and the fifth in Sicily.
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Tempio Divino is a wine bar and pub where is possible to find a large selection of Sicilian typical wine. We are open from 10 am till 1 am. It' an ideal place for branch, lunch, happy hour and dinner.
fantastic people, fantastic wine store, lots of drinks and bottles. i comeback for you when ill return to sicily
4 based on 67 reviews
We went here every day we were in Marsala, either for aperitifs before dinner, after-dinner drinks, or one time for a light dinner. The drink, wine, and beer selection is good. The snacks that come at cocktail hour are good and generous. For dinner we had a salad, also generous, if slightly unimaginative. The staff is great, and this is a place to people watch and join in the lively street culture of Marsala.
5 based on 37 reviews
This place is a must stop in Marsala.very good wine,good starters,the whole family offers their hospitality.. I certainly recommend it to all.
4 based on 189 reviews
We left Castellammare del Golfo and drove to Marsala, and for the first time we didn't get lost; in fact, we found our next apartment, a parking spot in front, AND we were early! Within a few minutes, we met Salvatore, the somewhat "larger than life" proprietor of Salumeria Da Salvatore, who had us inside of his deli shop of Italian goodies and local Marsala food delights. Within minutes, Sal had poured us some Marsala to try and was engaging us with his quite good English, and encouraged by him to stay for some cheese, cold cuts and vino. It really didn't take much, Sal's enthusiasm being contagious.As we sat at one of the high-top tables in the back and Sal's shop got busier with plenty of locals, it was obvious that Sal is a "King of Kensington" type ( probably only Canadians will get the analogy) popular, and well known to all, by name in the neighbourhood. We sipped local Syrah and enjoyed the platter of cold cuts, cheeses, olives and fresh bread. It was a fantastic introduction to Marsala.
4 based on 98 reviews
We were in Marsala on a day trip. The main walkway is lined with outdoor seating for various restaurants. One of our friends wanted a particular pasta seasoned in s certain way and the waiter took the time to understand exactly what she wanted. When her food arrived she was very pleased. Two of us ordered the Sicilian Lasagna. We were expecting the traditionalone and we were pleasantly surprised. It was made with circle shaped pasta which we had never seen. There were various vegetables added to it and it was baked. We thoroughly enjoyed it.Eating here was a great experience.
4 based on 294 reviews
We wandered past the side door of this building and turning the corner discovered the stunning Palazzo da Ficci where the restaurant is situated. We started with a drink in the amazing courtyard and then decided to eat here as the location was so appealing. Paolo and his staff are attentive without the ghastly over common use of saying 'enjoy' every five minutes. This is not only a restaurant but also an enotecca which makes it more interesting. We drank a simple Sicilian wine called Zibbibo and a ate a beautifully presented mixed bruschetta followed by pasta with tomatoes and almonds. Lovely!
4 based on 85 reviews
If you are interested in a friendly, local wine shop and restaurant, we recommend a visit here. Located in the heart of Marsala it has a superb collection of wines of Sicily and around the world which one can of course taste and purchase in the extensive shop. As one would expect in a place of this kind, the staff know their wines and can talk with authority about anything you are interested in. It is an impressive establishment.
4 based on 469 reviews
CIACCO PUTIA GOURMET is a space dedicated to high quality food & drink: it is "putia" ("DeliStrot"), but also a place to sit down to enjoy a genuine meal or a good glass of wine. We love high quality food and drink and we've dedicated our knowledge to cho
Despite the fact that we were more than 2 hours late(delayed return plane journey)... we were still given a table that accommodated all 9 of us. Quick, efficient service and served delicious varieties of typical Sicilian food. We ate inside this lovely but small restaurant. Would definitely recommend!
4 based on 726 reviews
English Speaking. Delicious and trendy wine bar in the middle of town. All Marsala wines served, together a choice of local biscuits, sausages etc.
This is a lovely atmospheric wine bar, not a restaurant. We enjoyed a tapas and wine evening, with a couple of plates of tapas and a few glasses of local wine and Marsala. We met the charming owner who had imbibed several glasses himself with clients on an exterior table. The young lady who served us was helpful and informative on local wines. She did try to sell us wine to take home/ship , but was not at all offended when we declined.I can thoroughly recommend the Drunken Mermaid, which is a very apt name for the placeThe cost of the wine varies enormously according to what it is, so if you are concerned about price, then stick to the more basic wines
4 based on 678 reviews
Thoroughly enjoyed our meal here. The food was great, service excellent and it's great to sit on a traffic free street and watch the world go by. Do not leave this place without trying the almond wine. It's delicious and we bought a bottle to bring home.
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