The Olivo Restaurant and Pizzeria in Verona evokes a silhouette shaped in history, the silhouette of Piazza Brà, the center of Veronese social life, and that of the Liston, a position that balances languid sweetness and a cosmopolitan spirit, enhancing the unmistakable scents of an incomparable city, blending with the bustle of passers-by.
Palaces of important families face on the pink marble sidewalk, including our sixteenth century Palazzo Fracasso-Gianfilippi, with an inscription on its façade celebrating Garibaldi’s exhortation to the Italian people: Rome or Death! and home, since 1939, to the Olivo Restaurant and Pizzeria.
Here guests can dine and gaze at an expanse of tangible art. Francesco Morone and Michele Sanmicheli left their signs here. Here, in the Brà, the main square of Verona, we find the Arena, the seat of a summer opera festival that attracts opera lovers from the entire world.
Here, from the tables of the Olivo Restaurant and Pizzeria, tourists and the people of Verona of all ages can enjoy delicious dishes and delicacies, sipping their aperitifs or enjoying their coffee accompanied by our special meringues, admiring, without being disturbed, the “come and go” that creates the charm of Piazza Brà.