• From an 1850 Postal Office to a Michelin Star: Ristorante Al Capriolo

    28 days ago - By Honest Cooking

    There's a long history behind Ristorante Al Capriolo, 168 years in the same family and still counting. It started as a postal office in the Dolomites, a fundamental part of the town in the year 1850 when postal offices were used not only for postal services but also for lodging, eating and changing of horses for the transit of travelers along the Habsburg - Alemannia Road that connects Venice with Bavaria crossing the Dolomite mountains.
    Ristorante Al Capriolo is located along the main road of the town of Vodo di Cadore, in Italy. From its conception as a postal office in the mid 19th...
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