Al Vò Review
Trento's oldest trattoria (it's the descendant of a 14th-century tavern) remains one of its most popular lunch spots. Locals crowd into a simple, modern dining room to enjoy regional specialites like crema di zucca e castagne (squash and chestnut soup) and grilled meats, such as the reliable filetto di maialino (pork fillet), served in copper skillets. An impressive (and inexpensive) selection of local wines is available; try the food-friendly red Teroldego, made in the valley north of Trento.
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