Update: This store has moved to another location outside the city center. However, I did find an Asian Minimarket on Via San Vitale 120 that sells it! Definitely stop in and check out their other fresh produce, as well. [Old post] Seriously, y’all, today was not the best of days, but we finally stopped in at a new world supermarket that has opened on Via … Continue reading I found okra in Bologna!
Parco della Montagnola, Charlie’s go-to dog park, is the home of Sapori in Movimento, the Bologna Street Food Festival taking place this weekend. This three-day feast has a fun mix of foods on offer from vegetarian to full-on carnivore. There are also events for the kids during the day and the park itself is just a great place to hang out and chat with friends. … Continue reading Food on the Move: A Bologna Street Food Festival
My birthday was this week and that seemed as good an excuse as any to go to dinner at a traditional Bolognese restaurant. After all, la grassa is home to some of the best of Italian cuisine. I had bookmarked an article about some of the restaurants in Bologna that the blogger/professional foodie Curious Appetite had suggested, and G was busy doing his own research. … Continue reading Birthday Dinner at Trattoria Serghei
Yay! It’s Friday! Though as a freelance writer, that doesn’t really mean much to me. I’ll be working part of the weekend, though I’m hoping to make it to The Garage Urban Market on Sunday. But still, it is Friday and it’s hard not to feel a little celebratory. The other week, we stopped at Fabrik for an aperitivo before dinner. They had a decent … Continue reading Foto Friday: Cin Cin
Happy Mardi Gras, y’all! Today I find myself thinking a bit about New Orleans and Italy, as well as the nicknames of Bologna: la dotta, la grassa, e la rossa. La dotta, meaning learned one, stems from Bologna being the home of the oldest Western university. La grassa, or the fat one, is thanks to the city’s famously delicious cuisine. La rossa, the red, typically … Continue reading Mardi Gras(sa)