From the Cathedral to the "Ponte Pietra", You'll pass through the square Brolio, one of the squares "minor" in the city, but not less in beautiness. Here is Palazzo Cerù, a beautiful building of the mid-sixteenth century, who in the '60s saw the birth of the " Restaurant Antica Torretta". The Locale was so named as the tower located at the bottom to the oldest bridge in Verona: Ponte Pietra.. The atmosphere can be felt in the three dining rooms both internal (in which the principal has set a splendid kitchen, another historical feature of the room) and in external dehors that directly faces the Broilo square is even more suggestive of refined foods that the chef Olimpio Brunelli choosing scrupulously according to seasonality. That restaurant owned by Manuel Fiorentini is a hidden corner of Verona, little known, almost "forgotten" but extremely fascinating and attractive.
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