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Bologna Restaurants

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Appreciate feedback on places for lunch and dinner. Will have four days in April. Prefer tourist friendly places with traditional decor and menus, nothing too fancy or expensive. We do not speak Italian. Interested in eating regional specialities. Love boar, mushrooms and fish. Want to try: pasta e fagioli, lasagne, tagliatella, tortellina, mortadella.

This is my intial list:
Vicolo Colombina
Gianna
Osteria dell Bottega
Serghei
Ciampi Cicclo
Da Nello
Trattoria Battibecco (fish)

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