Where to eat in the city centre of Sulmona

From fine dining to authentic, traditional cooking, you’ll be spoiled for choice here in Sulmona.
There are popular and well-established restaurants and pizzerias almost on every street corner.
Here is our list to get you started!


Al Quadrivio

Vico Odorisio, 2
tel +39 0864 55533
Medieval themed restaurant

Bono Vino e Caffè
Via Panfilo Mazara, 18
tel +39 0864 52653
Only open at lunchtime. Free WiFi.

Buon Vento
Piazza Plebiscito, 21 – 22
tel +39 0864 567119
Outside tables during summer months

Da Clemente
Piazza Santa Monica
tel +39 0864 52284
Closed on thursdays

Hostaria dell’Arco
Via Manlio d’Eramo, 60
tel +39 0864 210553
Typical local food. Closed Mondays and Sunday dinner time.

Il Canestro
Via Leopoldo Dorrucci, 13
tel +39 0864 56568

Il Vecchio Muro
Via Manlio d’Eramo, 20/B
tel +39 0864 50595

La Locanda di Gino
Piazza Plebiscito, 12
tel +39 0864 52289
Typical local food. English menu available. Lunch time only, closed on Sundays.

Via Solimo 20
tel +39 0864 34538
Nice walled courtyard – indoor and outdoor seating

Pensavo Peggio
Via Marco Barbato, 1
tel +39 0864 32025
Typical local cuisine


Corso Ovidio, 263
tel +39 0864 50593
Take away plus outdoor and indoor tables

Il Vecchio Muro
Via Manlio d’Eramo, 20/B
tel +39 0864 50595

Kilometro 00
Via Francesco Pantaleo, 5
tel +39 392 7556833
Antipasti, pizzas, good range of beers and wine. Also open for breakfast.

Osteria del Tempo Perso
Vico del Vecchio, 7
tel +39 0864 52545

Olivero’s Pizza
Corso Ovidio, 10
(close to Porta Napoli)
tel +349 7870011
Slices of pizza to take away or eat in


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About The Author

Written and curated by bi-lingual partnership Katy Gorman and Susanna Iraci, Welcome To Sulmona is the first born and remains the best-loved child of their marketing & communications consultancy ‘Quid Novi'. They enjoy researching and creating copy for their own website alongside that of the other many guest authors. More often than not Katy is ‘words’ and Susanna ‘pictures’. Katy Gorman: Ex-pat Anglo-American, Quid Novi wordsmith, English teacher & resident of Sulmona since 2009. Susanna Iraci: Marchigiana, Quid Novi visual designer & photographer - also resident of Sulmona since 2009.

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