Sicily Restaurants

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  • 1. Forno Biancuccia

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    Lawyer-turned-baker Valeria Messina has singlehandedly revived the use of heirloom grains in Catania. At her welcoming little corner bakery, she uses tumminia, perciasacchi, maiorca, and...Read More

  • 2. Km.0

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    For the best of what's locally in season, look to chef Marco Cannizzaro and his 25-seat fine-dining restaurant. Harvested from Etna to the Ionian Sea,...Read More

  • 3. Oasi Frutti di Mare da Nitto

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    Located in the Ognina port, the little Nitto empire has exploded: what began as a mobile market in the 1960s (from the back of a...Read More

  • 4. Scirocco Sicilian Fish Lab

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    In the heart of the fish market, you'll find the best fritto misto in the area. Walk up to the little counter on the stone...Read More

  • 5. Uzeta Bistrò Siciliano

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    Street food meets small plates at this ode to the flavors of Sicily. Located on a foot traffic-only street below a rainbow of colored streamers,...Read More

  • 6. Caffè del Duomo

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    Dive right into the hustle and bustle of Catania at Caffè del Duomo, which has handmade cookies and cakes and a great local atmosphere. The...Read More

  • 7. Caffè Europa

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    It's worth a visit for the sheer wow factor when you walk in and see the long pastry cases filled with every Sicilian delicacy you...Read More

  • 8. La Siciliana

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    Brothers Salvo and Vito La Rosa serve memorable seafood and meat dishes, exquisite homemade desserts, and a wide choice of wines at this old-school Catania...Read More

  • 9. Me Cumpari Turiddu

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    Following a Slow Food philosophy, this restaurant strives to be a typical Sicilian neighborhood destination in every sense. In the morning, you'll find just-from-the-oven breads,...Read More

  • 10. Pamochã

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    An acronym for "Pane, Mortadella, and Champagne," Pamocha indeed specializes in bubbles, masterful salumi plates, all the bruschetta, and raw seafood towers of oysters, sweet...Read More

  • 11. Pasticceria Savia

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    The lively Pasticceria Savia makes superlative arancini with ragù. Or you could choose cannoli, granita, or other snacks to munch on while you people-watch from...Read More

  • 12. Razmataz

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    Ask for an outside table under the canopy at this charming—and always bustling—bistro, located down a pedestrian-only path in the heart of the historic district....Read More

  • 13. Tantìkkia

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    Located just off the fish market, in an alleyway covered by brightly colored parasols, Tantìkkia (which means "a little" in Sicilian dialect) serves little tastes...Read More

  • 14. Vite

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    This unassuming little spot tucked on a side street between Via Umberto and Piazza Verga consistently underpromises and overdelivers. It portends to be a little...Read More

  • 15. Yoi

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    Admittedly most visitors to Sicily aren't seeking Asian food, but when you've had your fill of caponata, Yoi is the perfect place for a palate...Read More

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