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Bacco Felice


Tuesday night we had such a fun dinner at Bacco Felice in Foligno. We walked into a graffiti covered restaurant and were seated by the Sicilian owner and chef, Salvatore. Then we met Bacco, the black lab, who was sprawled out asleep next to our table for 8. A cartoon of Salvatore is featured on the placemats.



We were served bread, prosecco and platters of twisted mozzarella from Naples.


Next came platters of panzanella salad and lentils with red onion and celery.


We had a choice of pastas with coniglio sauce, or tomato and eggplant. In case we got hungry before our entrees, we were served platters of prosciutto and focaccia. Here is Salvatore plating pasta in the kitchen:


The most delicious chickens you ever tasted were roasting in the forno.



For dessert, we were served huge bowls of ripe cherries and plates of cookies with Moscato di Asti. We were one happy group!


Salvatore was pretty happy with lots of kissing photos too. What a fun evening!


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Looks like a fun place and delicious food!

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