Guido Restaurant Review
This Italian eatery near the zoo in Palermo attracts an in-the-know crowd ranging from local journalists to businessmen. It's the sister location of Guido's Bar, a more informal spot a block away that's been serving family-style Italian grub for three decades. The restaurant has an old-style bodega feel, with exposed brick walls covered with Italian mementos and black-and-white photos of celebrities. The small front bar serves cocktails made with classics like Campari, Negroni, and Fernet. The menu is somewhat limited, but does offer decent interpretations of pizza, pasta, and fish. The desserts are where they shine, though: delicious tiramisu is the perfect end to a quiet night in this cozy locale.
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