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My favorite spot in Catania is Via Santa Filomena. A few steps from the Bellini park is a narrow street packed with an array of restaurants, cafes and other food related gems. Probably the hippest area to hang out considering the crowd we’ve encountered there.
All venues have a different theme and cuisine; from FUD serving hamburgers, pizzas and paninis to the more traditional Caffe Curtigghiu.
Each of them has an outside terrace, which is the best spot to be in on the action. Though try to be in time on certain days as the hotspots in Via Santa Filomena attract larger groups of friends who will occupy a whole terrace, and don’t expect them to leave directly after dinner. Eating out is a social occasion; food is to enjoy together, not just to fill the stomach.
Via Santa Filomena| Catania
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