4 based on 132 reviews
I am very lucky in so far as, my sister lives in Arcevia, just down the road from La Baita. For more years than I care to remember, whenever we visit Le Marche or my sister, there is the obligatory pilgrimage here. Set in the hills, it is one of my favourite places. OK, so I have eaten in smarter restaurants serving fancy, posh, and sometimes better quisine, but taken as a whole, eating here is just so enjoyable. The place is always packed with locals so that just about tells you all you need to know (except, try the mixed fried meats with cream balls!). Off the beaten track, not close to any tourist destination, but if you are ever within striking distance, well worth a visist.
4 based on 184 reviews
La Rocca serves traditional Marche and Roman dishes joined by the pizzeria and the international grill. We are open for lunch and dinner. Our lounge bar stay open after dinner.
This was not just a dinner, was an experience, we arrived to the Sassoferrato's down town, walked around and moved to the restaurant by foot so we enjoyed the full tour until we arrived in front of the rock church, unfortunately we were there late in the evening so we were not able to know it inside but this place is the best location to have dinner, outside you will see like an traditional italian "villa" but inside the image change and you will find a small castle with a very nice decoration and a great menu; was very funny to see a full area in the menu dedicated to spicy pizza, so I tried one, was not so spicy but very very tasty
3 based on 210 reviews
Being pescatarians in a place where it's pretty difficult to find seafood, this place saved us!It's located about 100 m from Frasassi Caves ticket office and it offers a fish and seafood menu during weekends (fri-sun).Good value for money and excellent location, very nice terrace with a forest view.
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