In the last two weeks since returning from Italy I have posted about these restaurants. But I am sure someone will ask me someday for a nice list of places to eat and sleep in Northern Italy and this post will be my answer.
In the time I have been back from Italy, it has been a wild ride. All across Texas in four days, all the major markets, and back to Dallas for a Cotarella event, that was super VIP and muy importante. Traveling across the state and holding seminars and talking, all undertaken while sick, has taken its toll on this old dinosaur. For the past week I have been laying low, working from home when not out in the market with clients, and have been trying to piece myself back together, after taking myself to the edge.
But I am returning to health and sanity, and just in time for a little R&R to one of my favorite islands.
Before I sign off, a few pictures of folks in my world, at the table, enjoying food and wine, as it is meant to be in the Italian way.
One of the Great Gentlemen of Italian Wine
Laughter is the best digestivo
Entertained by Chef Ropeton's insults
Always take your consigliere with you to Italy
It's Passover and you can't find a Menorah, how about a sorbetto-labra?
Di Alessandro Chiesa
Parco S. Marco
Ristorante Gualtiero Marchesi
L’Albereta Locanda in Franciacorta
Via Vittorio emanuele, 23
25030, Erbusco – Brescia
Piazza Savona, 4
+ 0173 33994
Piazza Duomo Ristorante
Piazza Risorgimento 4
12051 Alba, Cuneo
Restaurant and Country House
Localita Ravinali 19/20
+39 0173 615630
Take a bow, Adelmo