Fodor's Expert Review Al Bacaro
At this rustic, wood-rich family-style osteria, it's worth taking a punt on robust local specialties such as tripe, snails, or stewed game—many of them served with polenta. Less adventurous diners can go for other homey options, such as goulash, polenta with cheese and mushrooms, or one of Bacaro's open-face sandwiches, generously topped with fresh salami, speck, or other cold cuts. Although the restaurant caters to tourists—as is the case with most eateries in Asolo—the food here is better than average.
Via Browning 165
Asolo, Veneto 31011, Italy
- Good, meaty country fare
- Jolly osteria crammed with local artifacts and patrons' hand-scribbled witticisms
- Seasonal vegetables and meat