AL BUCO – THE ORIGINS

The future has ancient roots.

The history of the restaurant Al Buco began in the early ’70s, when the fisherman Jerome  Campanella, commonly known as “Cimonetto”, and his wife Pasquarella transform a cave used as a warehouse and “care” of seafood in a fish with adjacent refreshment room. The restaurant, among the first on the promenade of Torre Canne, is growing rapidly and now is one of the most popular seafood restaurants in the area. Among the typical dishes of the restaurant Al Buco as well the fish is always fresh and cooked in the traditional local, remember the “Sea Symphony”, the noodles with fresh shrimp, cuttlefish, mussels, rocket and “Cherry” and the “Cimonetto” swordfish. The restaurant also has a wide and careful selection of local and national wines. Thanks to wonderful veranda overlooking the sea and the adjoining bar with homemade ice cream, the restaurant Al Buco is the ideal place to live opportunities holiday or everyday.