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Let's talk food in: Venice, Bucina, Florence, Tuscany, Amalfi and Naples!

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We are 6 people from Texas. Important - are traveling to Italy in April -- may be too cold to eat outdoors. We have been to Italy about 10 times. We enjoy local color and food -- and did I mention wine. Have spent way too much time on Trip Advisor and would appreciate your thoughts:

Have eaten at the following OR look very favorable for this trip -- what should we add, modify or subtract:

Venice: Taverna San Travaso (staying across canal at Pensione Accademia); others?

Bucine area: Osteria I'Orciaia and Locanda Casariccio; L'Antico Portale; Osteria del Borro

Florence: La Giostra (going downhill?); Cacio Vino Trallalla

Siena: Antica Osseria de Divo -- prefer something within the walls!

Montepulciano: Osteria del Borgo -- prefer something with the walls!

Tuscany: Castello Banfi La Taverna -- try it you will like it!

Naples: (only staying at Hotel Excelsior because have early flight from Naples back to states) am interested in nice restaurant along the wharf (close to hotel) -- any suggestions?

Positano: II Ritrovo

Sorrento: many restaurants with great views -- however, any suggestions for traditional Italian cooking (and indoors if too cold)

Many thanks for your suggestions!

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