A long-standing favorite with locals and visitors alike, Adio Mare occupies a Gothic-Renaissance building in the Old Town, close to Kuća Marca Pola. There's a high-ceiling dining room, an open-plan kitchen so you can watch the cooks while they work, plus an open-air terrace. The menu has not changed since the restaurant opened in 1974: expect Dalmatian classics such as pašta-fažol (beans with pasta) and pašticada (beef stewed in wine and prunes), as well
as fresh fish and seafood. The local wine, pošip, is excellent. This restaurant is particularly popular, so reservations are strongly recommended, especially in August.
Sv. Roka 2, Korčula, 20260, Croatia