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This place is really busy on the weekends in the summer. And the people on motorcycles love to make it their destination spot for lunch when taking the bike rides in the mountains. You purchase your meat - lamb pieces on wooden sticks -- and...More
Situated in the mountains near Castel del Monte the only way to fully appreciate this eatery is to is it it. No review will truly do the set up and location justice but here goes.
The drive up is via some seriously windy and steep...More
So fun to bbq our arrosticini (little skewers of meet) and sausages, then eat them with wonderful pecorino cheese, chunks of bread, and the house wine. It was a brisk autumn day with wonderful clouds to add to the truly beautiful scenery. Mostly outdoor seating...you...More
This is such a great idea. They sell meat - really good meat of all description(no chicken I could see but everything else). They have many lit bbqs outside and arosticini bbqs. You buy your meat, they give you plates and kitchen paper and off...More
Everything is really tasty and the location is wonderful!
You can buy the food and cook by yourself. After that plenty of tables are available.
Everything has a very reasonable price, except for the Arrosticini that are a bit expensive (6EUR, 10 pieces).
I always come back here as soon as I have a free day. You can easily find other riders to chat with and tourists from everywhere. The roads that arrive at Fonte Vetica are something fantastic, IMHO absolutely the best ones for a bike lover....More
We messed up - brought lunch with us and then found this place. Let's just say we had two lunches that day.
It was a Saturday (does that matter?, maybe it's not so good during the week) and they had banks and banks of small...More
This is a great place in the middle of nature. You can get any piece of meat you like and bbq it yourself. They have also some little startes and some typical cakes if you feel for some dolce. I had a very pleasant lunch...More
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You use the wood sticks that hold the meat to turn the meat while it is cooking, and to remove when done. You eat the meat right off of the stick. Other food is available and there are forks, plates, glasses. Beer, wine... More
You use the wood sticks that hold the meat to turn the meat while it is cooking, and to remove when done. You eat the meat right off of the stick. Other food is available and there are forks, plates, glasses. Beer, wine, soft drinks also available. Hope this helps.