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Peck Forte dei Marmi

Martina Olivieri

July 23, 2021

The most exclusive delicatessens and places of taste in Forte dei Marmi

The fishmongers, delicatessens and delicatessens not to be missed in the well-known Versilia town

Open your eyes, whet your appetite, let yourself be tempted by the taste buds: Versilia at the table is a triumph of flavours from the sea and the land that blend together in a truly extensive gastronomic offering. Not only restaurants, but also exclusive delicatessens where you can stop and buy the tastiest products to take home.

the famous pier of Forte dei Marmi

Peck - Forte dei Marmi
Piazza Guglielmo Marconi, 6
ph: 0584 166 1420
Peck has chosen Forte dei Marmi to inaugurate its new Gastronomy and Wine Shop, located in the heart of the old town, at the same time close to the centre, to the famous market square and just a few steps from the sea. A space dedicated to the excellence of knowing how to drink and eat well. A veritable universe of tastes and flavours, starting with the timeless classics of Peck Gastronomy - Russian salad, veal in tuna sauce, prawns in cocktail sauce, pâté - just to mention a few, and then cheeses, cured meats, specialities in oil, caviar and some special dishes proposed with the sea in mind, such as panzanella, sole, octopus and raw fish.  The gastronomic offer is accompanied by a wide selection of fine wines and champagnes.

Peck Forte dei Marmi

Baracca Fish
Viale Franceschi, 2
ph. 0584 1716337
Local with three souls. Pesce Baracca is not only a restaurant a few steps from the beautiful beaches of Forte dei Marmi but also fishmonger and street food. The menu is dictated by the sea and offers simple, immediate, informal food but also pays attention to the tradition of classic cuisine. There are first courses prepared with fresh homemade pasta, the inevitable spaghetto allo scoglio (spaghetti with seafood) prepared with the classic family recipe, handed down from generation to generation since the opening of the first restaurant in 1964. The restaurant's special feature is undoubtedly the possibility of choosing fish and shellfish directly from the fishmonger's counter. There are many different dishes of the day.

Pesce Baracca

Dai Parmigiani Salumeria Gastronomia Enoteca
Via Giuseppe Mazzini, 9B
ph: 0584 89496
Dai Parmigiani tells the story of the Manfrini family who moved from Reggio Emilia to Forte dei Marmi in 1952, bringing with them a selection of culinary specialities. It is a perfect gourmet pit stop to buy cheeses, cured meats, fresh pasta, preserves and wines, but also for a quick, sophisticated and personalised meal according to the tastes and preferences of Italian and foreign customers. The savoury pies are famous, but don't miss the Chianina roast beef either. Dishes change according to the season and range from soups, meatballs, stuffed squid, tordelli versiliesi, stuffed turkey, to more exclusive and sought-after products such as caviar and truffles.

Dai Parmigiani

Biagi bread and milk
Via Duca D'Aosta, 2
ph: 0584 89292
The Biagi family, for over twenty-five years now, has focused on the quality of its products and gastronomy. They propose simple and typical dishes of the Tuscan tradition: from lasagne to soups and ribollita. In winter polenta with black cabbage stands out, while in summer pappa al pomodoro and aubergines alla parmigiana. The menu for take-away orders ranges from meat dishes to fresh fish. On the counter you will always find Parma ham with a minimum 26-month maturation in 5 different cuts, Bazzone ham from Garfagnana and traditional Versilia sausages. There is also a good selection of wines, champagnes and oils on the shelves.

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