Avezzano listen (help·info) (Italian pronunciation: [avetˈtsaːno] or [avedˈdzaːno]) is a city and comune with a population of about 42,500 inhabitants, situated in the Abruzzo region, province of L'Aquila. It is the second most populous municipality in the province and the sixth in the region. Documented as an existing urban center in the ninth century. The city was destroyed by the earthquake of 1915. It was rebuilt after the 1944 Allied bombing. The city was decorated with the silver medal for civil merit, an award granted by the Italian Republic.
Things to do in Avezzano
4 based on 173 reviews
This restaurant was recommended by coworkers and is away from the more crowded downtown area. The restaurant is beautifully decorated and has a very attentive and knowledgeable wait staff. I tried the self serve antipasti bar and had the lamb medallions on the recommendation of the waiter. The lamb was delicious - perfectly cooked - and they have a decent wine list. I was there on a Thursday evening and it was not too crowded but driving by on the following Friday, I noticed the parking lot was packed. Overall, a very nice experience.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
This is a serious meat shop with a restaurant attached to prove they know what they are talking about. I'd been here two years ago and it was good then.didn't have time for a full three courses but the Tagliata was excellent. Rare did not translate but Blood is what I got. It just had to be really good meat to taste that nice with just a singe on each side. Good service is a bit lost in translation but thats typical Avezzano.Certainly the best meal I've had in the town. Will come back when I have more time and do the full three courses.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Ambiente caldo ed accogliente.
Antipasto molto buono, degno di nota il proscritto e le lenticchie, davvero ottime.
Primo, ravioli con limone e nocciola gustosi.
Taglia di mano, superba, ben cotta e tenera.
Unica nota, ambiente poco illuminato.
Ci tornerò sicuramente per provare gli altri piatti.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
We stayed in the B&B for 2 nights and at the restaurant both evenings.
The food in the restaurant is quite good, especially if you order the grilled items.
The room was OK, but watch out for the bathroom. The toilet is on a raised area and on the first night I fell quite badly when I got up, hitting my head on the wall. Even knowing this, my partner also fell. Told the owner and he did not seem to care.
The breakfast at the B&B was mostly packaged cakes, nothing fresh. Yoghurt was provided as was cereal, but there were no spoons or bowls!
I would not stay here again.
4.5 based on 317 reviews
L'Osteria di Corrado - Wines and genuine cuisine. The formula has always been to welcome in an intimate and welcoming, furnished with passion for the details of other times, supported by suffused listening of quality music. The menu changes almost daily in order to provide always fresh raw materials. In a period of extreme experiments, our kitchen it is increasingly oriented to the linearity of flavor and respect for Italian tradition as well as service, attentive but relaxed, inspired to merriment of good food. - Wine and spirits. Maximum attention is given to wines and spirits who, having the space in front of L'Enoteca, are not offered with a card but suggested according to your preference. L'Osteria also hosts cultural initiatives (concerts, Exhibitions and book presentations).
Judging by the opinions on tripadvisor I decided to try: I couldn't do better. Excellent food, the owner (Corrado) is incredibly nice, always ready to meet your necessities. Service is very good, ingredients just amazing.
If you can, go there during one of their music nights, with live performers or super Hi-Fi playbacks, with vintage equipment.
4.5 based on 249 reviews
Lots of food for Euro 35 including wine!! Food was delicious. Service was great. I understand there is a fresh menu every day of the week including the number of days since opening - an interesting concept
4.5 based on 339 reviews
When I entered the restaurant a friendly atmosphere found immediately. The garden is also an alternative choice where you can take your meal.
The food I personally enjoyed. Very much as was from good quality ingredients and big variety. We started with some mix of starters, which was so much that finally we did not come to the secondo.
I can recommend absolutely also for special occasions as the restaurant has a large space which can be modified upon situation or event.
4 based on 107 reviews
Ristorante storico, da qualche anno si è trasferito nella nuova sede misteriosamente stile anni 80 seppur recente! È un posto tranquillo e senza pretese, il personale è educato ma non formato (es ti aprono una bottiglia di vino e neanche te lo fanno assaggiare, ti vengono a chiedere l’ordine quando stai mangiando, non ti danno neanche il tempo di consultare il menu perché hanno fretta e questa cosa è pesante, però lo fanno nella genuinità di una scarsa preparazione e non per invadenza). I piatti sono decenti ma non entusiasmano, il locale è pulito e i prezzi sono onestissimi, non è il top ma lo consiglio. Necessario prenotare perché è sempre al completo
5 based on 53 reviews
Abbiamo preso una piadina marsicana ed un piadinotto messicano , davvero entrambi fantastici ,abbiamo chiesto informazioni sull'impasto della piadina senza glutine dato che davvero era buonissima (cosa molto rara per questo tipo di cucina) e il titolare Giuseppe ci ha spiegato quante prove erano state fatte prima di raggiungere questa ricetta è davvero siamo rimasti senza parole .
Il piadinotto era qualcosa di incredibile , nessuno dei sapori era di troppo ed era perfettamente bilanciato . Ottima anche la scelta tra le diverse varietà di birre .
Rapporto qualità prezzo davvero ottimo e il servizio a dir poco cordiale . I più sentiti complimenti e
4.5 based on 45 reviews
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