In the heart of the historical centre of Verona, between Ponte Pietra and Piazza delle Erbe, inside a deconsecrated church of the Romanesque period dedicated to Saints Perpetua and Felicita lies the Restaurant "Santa Felicita" which offers fine dining suited to meet the expectations of the most demanding palates. The atmosphere is charming. The frescos, which once covered all the church, date back to the 1300s, however, towards the end of the 19th century they were removed in order to be preserved. Some of them were placed in the warehouses of the Castelvecchio Museum and the rest in the museum G. B. Cavalcaselle at the Juliet's Tomb. Currently in the room can be admired a magnificent wooden ceiling of 1300s, an apse of the 17th century, a beautiful fresco depicting the face of Christ as well as numerous fragments that testify the ancient richness of decoration. In such an environment so full of art and history, you have the opportunity to taste both meat and fish dishes (with an exclusive nursery for the choice of lobster). The menu is enriched by a wide selection of pizzas and by the opportunity to taste the paella made-to-order. The Restaurant "Santa Felicita" is the ideal place for informal business lunches, dinners, banquets and exclusive ceremonies for which the charming mezzanin floor can be used. During summer it is possible to dine comfortably sat on the stallage by candlelight.
Indicative price *
(service € 2,00)
Astice gratinato, paella, filetto argentino
Credit cards accepted
Last update: 16/12/2014
* indicative price per person wine excluded.
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