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Eating out in Italy, we find, is always pleasurable.  A choice can be made whether you chose a busling atmosphere or a more  relaxing environment.  There are many to choose from in and around the Celle area. Here are a ‘few’ from our list that are close to Celle




This restaurant is a 3 minute drive down the hill.  The building used to be a mill and was totally renovated in 2006.  The food is delicious and the staff so very friendly.  There is an outside terrace where you can eat if you wish. 


The Moulin also caters for Weddings and is very popular.  You often here the fireworks going off in the distance on a Saturday nights.





In Vetriano , this restuarant is again very friendly and popular with our guests.  On the road towards Diecimo, take a turn off and drive for 8 mins up the hill. 

Vetriano has THE SMALLEST HISTORIC THEATRE IN EUROPE  and a tour of this wonderful little theatre can be arranged by the owner of the restuarant.  This, together with a meal at Il Guerriero,  makes for a very fine evening.  On Sundays only there is a Chestnut museum a further 3 mins drive from Il Guerrierro, which is very interesting and free to enter.  


The new owners took over from Daniella (La Fonte) in 2017 and renamed their restaurant Al Bivio. 6 mins from Celle 

The new owner is the brother of the owner of the restaurant, La Sosta in Pescaglia which has a very good reputation and Al Bivio seems to be follwoing in their foot steps.

Pizze to eat in and take away, but it is not just Pizza.  There is a new menu giving good value and not expensive. Their speciality is fish, but it isn’t ALL fish.  For non lovers of fish they have many alternatives to chose from.  Our Italian friends from the village have commented on the quality of the food and would recommend the restaurant.  One can’t ask for a better recommendation!

 We have also had a number of good reports from guests who have visited and hope that you will try them and give us some feedback



15 mins from Celle.  You could say that this is our ‘Sunday Special”  Sunday is a very special day, with all the Italian families in the area choosing Valentino.   So, if you want to try an ‘Italian style Sunday’ this is definitely the place. There is always a set menu on Sunday (€20 per person) and the dishes just keep coming. They also come round with ‘seconds’ of each dish – but PACE yourself!   The price includes about 7 dishes with fruit and dessert,  as much wine as you can drink and coffee with grappa and rum. A lot of Italians chose this restaurant for their celebrations and the atmosphere is wonderful and often they will include you in their celebrations. Don’t go there on a Sunday wanting peace and quiet!  




After 42 years, the restaurant in the village is under new ownership (2016). Oswald and Rosella offer food with a ‘Northern Italy’ influence (South Tyrolean cuisine). Tyrol, is the northernmost region in Italy, bordering Austria to the north and northeast, Switzerland to the northwest, and the rest of Italy to the south. 

 Combining the fresh products of Tuscany and Tyrol, they have created a Tuscan-South Tyrolean union.

Their menu is very different to the regional dishes that Brigida served and the prices are higher than the local restaurants. They have their menu displayed by their front door with prices, so we recommend that before booking have a look! Not really suitable for young children as the dishes are more or less ‘Novelle cuisine’.  


 There are numerous restaurants in the area.  In the 20 years we have been in Italy, we haven’t found a ‘bad’ one!  We have a list – too long for this website, but all are listed in our Information file in each of the properties.