Resting within the Baldinini Hotel, GB Restaurant finds its name among the best restaurants for contemporary Italian cuisine. This classy eatery, is known for its super spread of dishes, carefully prepared by experienced chefs, using locally produced seasonal ingredients, in order to keep the flavor intact. The chefs strive to experiment with the already existing raw materials as well as international ingredients, to create new flavors and enhance your dining experience. You can order from a wide variety of Italian wines, that can effortlessly accompany the delectable flavors of Romagna. Dine at GB Restaurant's bay view, to experience one of the best places, in the city.
Casina Del Bosco is a restaurant which boasts of its rich culinary tradition, and serves a mix of traditional and contemporary Italian delicacies. They are known as the Piadina champions, which is a classic Romagna preparation. They also hold cooking sessions for kids from time to time, where they are taught to prepare Piadina. Other than these, the restaurant also serves a range of Cassonis, as well as salads and desserts. The service is quick, and the staff is courteous.
NudeCrud is a cozy spot in the heart of the city to nosh on hearty local picks in a family-friendly setting. The homey deli operates till late hours and is much frequented by locals as well as tourists alike. Find a menu that features Rimini's delectable staples like the fluffy Piada bread made with locally sourced flour and served with an array of zesty sauces and seasonings. Diners can also go for their equally toothsome spaghetti, pizzas, pastas and other preparations. To complement its savory offerings, it has an impressive selection of craft beers and other libations.
The head chef at Quartopiano Suite Restaurant, has an in-depth experience of Italian cooking style. The dishes prepared here are more like art rather than food. Each wholesome dish features the best of fresh ingredients, artistic presentations as well as the traditional flavoring. To enhance the dining experience, the eatery serves an enviable list of Italian and French sparkling wines, beers and alcohol from around the world. The eatery invites you an evening filled with aromas and tastes of toothsome Italian cuisine, in an atmosphere of sophistication and relaxation.
This is a successful modern inn, housed in the ancient Palazzo Nadiani and well situated in a splendid village. There are several floors including a cellar carved out of several of the numerous grottoes to be found in the village of Tonino Guerra. This is the ideal place to try Piada (Italian flatbread) which hasn't been over-seasoned. As an accompaniment to the Piadina Salumi, traditional dishes (including pasta and fagioli) are cooked in the open-view kitchen. The extensive wine list offers wines from the region and elsewhere.
Teatro Pane Vino E Caffe occupies a busy spot in Rimini's vibrant historical precinct and offers diners a relaxed ambiance for leisurely evening coffee or drink. The rustic-inspired modish interiors radiate a convivial mood to nosh on gourmet bites and sip on inventive cocktails and frothy concoctions. Hop in for a hearty dinner or lunch, even as you soak in some animated views of Piazza Cavour.
In the center of piazza Gregorio da Rimini, the heart of early evening night life, La Cantinetta an eclectic pub-wine bar very popular with people of all ages, has been open for several months. Little tables outside, good wine, good beer, and very good puff-pastry snacks have drawn many visitors from the very beginning. The location in particular and the fact that it is among the largest in the square has made it the reference point before going to the discotheque and for midweek aperitifs. Particularly in summer, try sipping a good light wine accompanied by a piadina (grilled bread topped with salami or cheese) at the little wooden tables outside.
This is an intimate restaurant charged with atmosphere that offers Mediterranean food cooked with love by the owners. The restaurant started a trend in Rimini; innovative cooking centerd on imaginative combinations of ingredients. The decor is carefully planned; the tables are well spaced out, the lighting is low and the service is very attentive there is also a cool, interesting garden. The dishes are a pleasure to look at and to taste. Fish are offered in a variety of forms with sunny dishes redolent of the Mediterranean. The squid salad is superb as are the Tagliolini with scallops and Tagliolini with langoustine. The desserts on offer include marvels such as puff pastry with strawberries. The wine list is distinguished enough not to suffer in comparison.
Between the villas of obvious seaside architecture and hotels facing Viale Vespucci, this Osteria-Pizzeria is located at the boundary of Borgo Marina, today more commonly called Marina Centro. Recently opened (a little more than two years ago), it has been very successful amongst lovers of good pizza and the flavors of Romagnese tradition. Bright and welcoming, vaguely rustic, embellished with a series of hand-painted lamp shades. An even more pleasant place when you discover that there is a non-smoking room on the upper floor. Possibility of tasting the Osteria's cuisine (first courses made in house, simple second courses with intense flavor, salads and fanciful side dishes), but this restaurant's war horse is undoubtedly the pizza: the rich and flavorful garden, the intense taste of the Capricciosa, all just at the right thinness, fragrant, well cooked, and in no way dry. Note also the homemade desserts of Argentine origin: the tasty Dolce di Latte and the simple and rich bread cake.