Casual: It’s the only Michelin-Starred restaurant in Bergamo. And it comes from the flair and the talent of the most starred Italian chef: Enrico Bartolini. It’s the Casual Restaurant in Città Alta, the Restaurant that the great Tuscan chef wanted in his adoption city, and decided to establish in a perfect corner of the Upper town.
Al Carroponte in Bergamo is a versatile place, at the same time an informal wine shop, wine bar, but also an elegant restaurant, with a suggestive summer terrace.
La cantina. Eugenio Monzio Compagnony’s family, an old cabinetmakers family, in 1984 discovered a lively passion for wine. Besides the tastes of local and national wines, La Cantina offers a seasonal cuisine, in line with the tastes of the different months. The cooks are active until 11 pm.
Antica Fiera re-invokes in its name the remote Bergamasque tradition of the old times’ small shops and nowadays it promises to satisfy the commensals’ tastes, seeking out a genuine cuisine, accompanied by a formal service, in a good taste dimention, suitable to everybody.
Glamour Cafè is one of the trendiest Cafeterias in Bergamo, frequented at all hours by youngsters and by important people of Bergamasque life, due to an expert management, built on the idea of satisfying the Glamour customers.
Ancient Tavern Camelì. Enclosed inside of a ‘500 old court, in a small village on the way to Lecco, this old inn was opened in 1856 by the family of the current owner. Nowadays, after 150 years, it is still a family-run business, with the prize of a Michelin star.
Frosio. A starred restaurant in a magnificent Eighteenth-century villa just out of the city borders, owned by the Blondel family, where old structures and modern furniture coexist, which give life to a pleasant ambience, refined and convivial: four small rooms, lightened by an old fireplace each and with a noble, shady and delicate garden, perfect for open-air lunch and dinner. The eighteenth century tower, that stands out in its austere elegance, hosts a super-provided wine cellar.
La Torretta. A Lombard farmhouse from the end of the Seventeenth century, dominated by a tower, which is a pigeon loft and a recall for birds: here you can find a pizzeria established in 1982, owned by the Torri family.