From the heights of the ancient Castello di Sasso Corbaro, this atmospheric restaurant serves meals inside a beautifully restored hall. In the summer you can dine alfresco at sturdy granite tables in the shady, walled-in courtyard. The cooking, Mediterranean with French touches, includes fresh seafood—a top choice is the pan-fried foie gras with caramelized apples. Good local wines round out the experience. Take the 45-minute walk up from the rail station for a stunning view as well as a preparatory workout before indulging in desserts like creamy panna cotta and homemade tiramisu layered with ice cream.