We find ourselves on the beautiful terrace of the Palazzo Kursaal in Grottammare.
“From up here, the view has the dazzling colors of combed sand and the welcoming frothy sea.” This is what our friend Carla Latini writes in a beautiful article in Italia a Tavola.
A large white room, a black piano: the former resonates with the sound of the sea it overlooks, while the latter produces the music played by Simone. A place where one truly feels elevated with their heart.
On the upper floor, there is “La Torretta,” reminiscent of the Liberty style of the entire promenade below, providing an enchanting outdoor dining experience for summer evenings.
Simone has a contagious smile that puts guests at ease and guides them in their choices. Sara plays the winning card of her expertise in wines, drawing from her travels and captivating guests with her green eyes.
Three years ago, the decision was made to offer an even more identity-driven cuisine, a highly recognizable dining experience that gracefully blends contemporary and traditional elements, combining the flavors of the land and sea, as well as influences from the East and West, always with unwavering respect for tradition.