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Osteria Senz'Oste is one of those places that is an experience on its own. It is basically a self service spot where you can buy prosecco and other wines right out of a vending machine and some prosciutto and cheeses on a (mostly) unattended store....More
Third time we've been here - and every year it is perfect. Great view over Cartizze hill, you can get some amazing food on the hill, like bread, cheese and salami or porchetta. Go to the prosecco machine and just enjoy a sunny day!
This is a fantastic, unique experience which you must not miss. It’s well thought through, authentic and beautiful.
You help yourself to a selection of hams, salami, cheese, bread and pickles in the main house and use a self serve till. You must then go...More
We enjoyed a basic lunch here after visiting a nearby winery. The osteria is operated on an honesty basis and there is a selection of breads and salamis to choose from and a small cashbox for payment. We weren't late and it wasn't particularly busy...More
A must visit for the views and the atmosphere. It is high in the hills with 360 views and even a Prosecco vending machine in case you get thirsty. Have a quick little lunch all based on the honour system.
This place offers a very unique experience, in the heart of Valdobbiadene. This ''hidden-gem'' (not as much as before) is definitely a must see. I recommend eating the cheese and the soppressa!! We didn't have enough cash (they don't take card so make sure you...More
This is a beautiful walk and a beautiful experience. You can purchase all kinds of things such as food and prosecco, glasses, everything you need for a picnic, from self service refrigerators and vending machines. Please don't bring your own picnic supplies, as this is...More
Self service "osteria" few kilometres from Valdobbiadene.
You come to the vineyard where you find self service machine to buy a bottle of Prosecco, in the stone house you can open the fridge with the salami, cheese, olives etc. and then sit in the vineyard...More