I was less than impressed with Bellagio as a whole--compared to the many charming little towns around Lake Como, Bellagio is the most overrun with tourists and the most gimicky and overpriced --but Cava Turacciolo was a wonderful change of pace. The cavernous dining room felt like being in someone's private wine cellar, and the small "hot plates" section of the menu contained inventive and well-executed pasta dishes. If Bellagio has you feeling like you've stumbled into the Six Flags of Lake Como, a (few) glass(es) of wine at Cava Turacciolo is sure to revive you.
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