The Colle Tocci Agritourism is surrounded by nature, detached from the hustle and bustle of Rome, it is an oasis of calm and peace, overlooking the town of Subiaco. In this countryside home restaurant and B&B, you will stare at one of the best viewpoints in Subiaco.
I tre bruschettieri
Ceci ne pas un restaurant, Magritte would say. It is a restaurant, and a library run by Antonello, Carla, and their lovely daughter Valentina. Antonello cooks original and refined pasta, Valentina creates colorful and tasty cakes while Carla is in charge of second courses, the kitchen, problem-solving, management, human resources…everything!
Emanuele and Giacomo travelled all around the world, trying new tastes, exotic food and, eventually, they decided to get back home, back to the Roots!
Origini means roots, and Subiaco’s roots are into the Aniene river. That’s why they opened their new restaurant just along the riverside. They’ve created a new cuisine mixing the traditional recipe and their international food experience.
What does Stoccia means? It means a quick, yet nourishing lunch break, usually for brickies and plowboys during their working days. Stoccia is something that exists only here, that is why the owners chose this name for their Bistrot in Subiaco. It is one f the most suggestive and picturesque places, hidden between the alleys of the old town center. It is popular with the young and locals, maybe because it is here that you can find the Aimara, a locally produced craft beer, genuine and tasty. It is a very small place, so, better call to make a reservation!
What’s for running a restaurant in a ghost town? To make that town live again! And we are not talking about a simple, common restaurant. We are talking about a culinary club with a cozy atmosphere and high-quality food: truffles, locally sourced products, fine wine. Believe it or not, this restaurant alone worth a trip.
Sora Maria e Arcangelo
Gambero Rosso Magazine, Slow Food, Top Italy, Osterie d’Italia…this restaurant has been awarded by all sorts of magazines, institutions and associations. Giovanni Milana is the owner and Chef of Sora Maria e Arcangelo, the most famous restaurant in the Aniene Valley. It is built inside an ancient barn and driven by a glocal attitude. Their mission is to preserve the local food tradition and to promote Italian food quality.