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Renato Bosco: here’s Saporè’s new home


For a few years now, Renato Bosco and his Saporè restaurants have been a point of reference for the art of pizza in Italy. Hence San Martino Buon Albergo, a small village on the outskirts of Verona, has been a mandatory stop for gourmet lovers.

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Flavours, creativity, easily digestible pizzas, research for the best raw materials: all these elements make pizza at Saporè irresistible.

Moreover, Bosco’s experiments on dough – from Aria di pane to Crunch and DoppioCrunch, from Mozzarella di pane to Bagel Pizza, and Pizza senza lieviti aggiunti – show that you can create and invent starting from a great classic, adding innovations with love and respect.

Some of the readers might have included a delicious stop to Bosco’s on their way to their holiday destination, just like I did. And by checking the official website in this hot month of August, they discovered the location had changed.

Until now, Saporè in San Martino had a home divided in two: in Via Ponte 53, you could collect take-away pizzas. The tasting room was next door, at number 55. Then of course last year Bosco opened two Saporè restaurants in the centre of Verona, which serve plenty of delicious pizzas: Saporè Pizza Stand Up, take away, in Via della Costa 5, and Saporè Downtown, for tastings, in Via Amanti 6/8.

The headquarters, however, are still in San Martino, where it all began. And where the restaurant with tasting room now has a brand new and cosy location, in the village main square: Piazza del Popolo 46, (tel. +39 331 9873375, closed the entire day on Monday).


Niccolò Vecchia
source: http://www.identitagolose.it/news/view.php?id=104


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