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where to eat on our honeymoon

Thanks barber...I've made some notes of those pastas you've mentioned on my Naples travel list so I'll remember to try them. Going to check out the restaurant you've mentioned as well. Really appreciate the help.

Feb 18, 2013
heircarter1323 in Italy

where to eat on our honeymoon

PBSF, thanks so much for your reply. Going to reconsider my choices after reading your post and doing some research on some of the restaurants you mentioned right now. Going to be in Naples just before we come to Venice so after all that pizza some really great pasta and a good steak would be nice. I noticed you put (good steak) next to da Rioba so thinking of putting that at the top of my list.

Feb 15, 2013
heircarter1323 in Italy

where to eat on our honeymoon

Barber,

Thanks so much for the response. It is very informative and helpful and very much appreciated. The non-seafood dishes you mentioned in Cinque Terre sound delicious and I look forward to a few picnics amongst such beauty.

After doing a bit of research I've come up with a few places that sound good to me - I'm thinking of making a point of going to Roscioli in Rome and perhaps Il Refolo and La Zucca in Venice. Still going to be looking for a few more restaurants to put at the top of my list.

Thanks for all of the help so far.

Feb 14, 2013
heircarter1323 in Italy

where to eat on our honeymoon

Thx David. The advice is appreciated. I'll take a look at that book.

Feb 13, 2013
heircarter1323 in Italy

where to eat on our honeymoon

Hi,

I'm going on a two week trip with my fiancee covering Rome, Naples, Venice, Cinque Terre and Siena and want to try and plan ahead for some really nice meals.

I'd love to blow her mind away with a few amazing dinners (maybe somewhere really unique or with a great view, especially in Venice.

The problem is we aren't adventurous with what we eat. Neither of us eat seafood and we're not the type to try things that are very different for us i.e. rabbit, sweetbreads, liver, intestines, etc. Somewhere with great meat and vegetable dishes, pastas, pizzas (without seafood) are great for us though. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Feb 13, 2013
heircarter1323 in Italy

Yorkville area restaurant

Sweet! Checked it out online and it looks like a pretty good choice. I will probably check it out. Thanks for the suggestion.

Yorkville area restaurant

Hey All,

Looking to take a date to a Yorkville area restaurant in Toronto on Friday night...not looking to spend more than $100 for the two of us though, including a drink or two. Want somewhere with good food and maybe good atmosphere. Any suggestions?

Thanks a ton!