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Da Tuccino

This restaurant is a favorite among locals and tourists alike thanks to its vast seafood selection and setting overlooking the Adriatic.
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Gelateria Caruso

Known as the best gelateria in Puglia, the popular Caruso is located in the main square in Monopoli. The shop offers around 20 gelato flavors and cones that can be lined with hot white chocolate, milk chocolate or caramel before the gelato is loaded in. Caruso has another location (Via Martiri di Dogali 3) in nearby Polignano a Mare.

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Il Cortiletto

Il Cortiletto has a beautiful white-washed dining terrace is shaded by trees and decorated with cacti, dangling peppers, fresh herbs and Pugliese pottery.
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This gelateria and pasticceria is a must-visit for its gelato, granita and pasticcini di mandorle, (small almond cookies characteristic of the region).

Osteria Briganti

Located in the old town of Gallipoli, this authentic Italian trattoria serves up traditional Pugliese food with a focus on seafood.
Food at Osteria del Tempo Perso, Puglia, Italy

Osteria del Tempo Perso

Located in the so-called “White Town” of Ostuni, Osteria has been a classic on the Apulian dining scene since opening in 1983. The dynamic eatery features two dining rooms: one is carved into a 16th-century cave, while the second is a museum dedicated to the history of Ostuni. The cuisine is simple Italian, with lots of pastas and seafood on the menu.

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Osteria di Chichibio

This classic Italian spot serves some of the best seafood in the region. With vaulted ceilings and dim lighting, the romantic restaurant is ideal for enjoying one of the biodynamic wines on offer, paired with a whole-baked fish or the crudo of the day.

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Piazza Palmieri

This restaurant serves up a delicious, seafood-focused menu. If the weather is good, request a table on the patio, which is shaded by umbrellas.
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Premiato Caffé Venezia

Set on the main square in Monopoli, this is the oldest café in town and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Ristorante La Tavernetta

Tucked at the end of a winding alley in Martina Franca, the charming Tavernetta conjures rustic Italian living in its cozy, convivial dining room. Often filled with locals, the neighborhood spot serves delicious antipasti in small ceramic dishes that makes for a great appetizer for a larger group, as well as heartier dishes, like risotto al funghi and beef filet with mushroom sauce.

Zio Pietro Il Fornello

This no-frills, down and dirty butchery is known for its excellent bombettes, an Apulian specialty of succulent grilled meat and cheese that cannot be beat. Enjoy your meal with a glass of the house wine for a truly authentic experience.

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