We enjoyed a leisurely lunch of salumi and formaggi with wine and a spritz while sitting on the back patio. The food was fresh and delicious, and the views were amazing!
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We visited several times during our week stay in Spello. Great views from the huge outdoor area. Good aperol spritz!
You wouldn't be able to tell what delights await you from the road, it just looks like a bog standard bar, but oh my goodness! Walk through to the back and it opens out into a fabulous garden with amazing views over the valley. It...More
It is difficult to imagine how beautiful landscape you can see while drinkink an aperitif or an ice-cream (moderate prices!). This is in the real centre of Spello!
We came across this great place to sit for a while and have a coffee or cold drink, purely by accident. From the street it's just a bar/cafe - but when we were asked to take a seat we discovered, at the back, this absolutely...More
I stayed in Spello very close to this little gem. Delightful people, good coffee, happy smiling service, great spot for aperitivo. Walked over the road and bought my coffee and pastry most mornings of my 12 day stay and was always greeted so warmly.
Location, location, location! The garden is beautiful with a panoramic view of the valley below. We were there for the Infiorata and it was crowded, over-priced for cappuccinos, and the service was non-existent. I think they were overwhelmed by the crowds. It's definitely a place...More
We tried to eat lunch here during the flower festival called the Infiorata. We ordered a simple lunch and after an hour with receiving it. They just weren't ready for the crowd. When we walk up front to tell them we were leaving (we did...More
Its on our hit list every trip to Spello . Nothing fancy but immensely palatable. What a place to cogitate .....chew an antipasto or two....grab an Apperol Spritz and pity the poor suckers who have not had the pleasure
Stopped in for a panino and cappuccino. Both were good, but not exceptional. Even though the day was cool, the garden and views over the Umbrian valley were too much to resist...we ate outside.