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Pictures of this restaurant (2)Pancino, Forte dei Marmi -
We found this place in the winter looking for lunch when pretty well everything else was closed. Penne al salmone had a rich salmony taste, but not not a sign of any actual salmon. Prosciutto in the antipasto was very soft and absolutely delicious. €46 for two courses, half litre of house wine and coffee. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Hotel Il Casone, Casone di profecchia -
A lovely place for dinner after a long hike up Mt. Prata. We visited during mushroom season and the fresh porcini were wonderful. We enjoyed the fried veggies and the beef steak fiorintina. Hard to find but worth the trip. - Minnesota Jim

Placeholder only, because there are no pictures of this restaurant (0)Il Garfagnino, Borgo a Mozzano -
A lovely local restaurant. The food is real garfagnana fare. I enjoyed the wild boar over polenta as a main course. There is nothing fancy about this place. Always great food and a great value. - Minnesota Jim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Terrazza, Albiano Barga -
The white house wine is not great, but the red is OK, and the food can be outstanding - Anon

Pictures of this restaurant (1)La Mocchia, Barga -
Those that have commented previously are either mates of Lorenzo or have wildly different standards to me. I can see that the noisy, bustling atmosphere might appeal to some, but not me, while the food was tepid on cold plates; the antipasto (also previously commented upon favourably) was very basic. Having said that the house white was drinkable and €30 for two is very reasonable. But this will be my first and last visit. - Silver-tongue

Pictures of this restaurant (1)La Mocchia, Barga -
Perhaps I should have paid more heed to the references to karaoke in previous comments. In the event I managed to escape before the `entertainment` started, thank goodness. Ravioli with ragu was tasty and plentiful, but tepid. Pizza was good. House white was very drinkable. Tap water in a carafe was charged for! €30 for two reasonable. - Tim

 
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