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Aperitivo: An Enviable Italian Ritual

Freshly baked focaccia with garlic and rosemary. Photo courtesy of Alexander Von Halem.

Freshly baked focaccia with garlic and rosemary. Photo courtesy of Alexander Von Halem.

When traveling in Italy, here’s a tip – adjust your eating schedule to Italian time. Dinner starts around 8:00pm. If you walk into a restaurant around 5 or 6, it will be empty. But if you find yourself a little hungry and need something to hold you over, stop in the local bar for aperitivo. Read my article to find out more….

Aperitivo: An Enviable Italian Ritual

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