Mostly famous for its rotating lineup of "bruschette", toasted garlic bread with varying toppings such as pistachio pesto, Arco Rosso allows you to relax outside and watch the hustle and bustle of the city. Appetisers made with cheese and ham, paninis and sandwiches can be coupled with wine for your aperitif.
Bars & Nightlife
As an exclusive seaside resort, Taormina attracts a crowd of both young and older people, offering quality entertainment for everybody. The evening starts at 6, when folks pour down the streets to attend an event that is part of the local lifestyle: the "aperitivo". The internationally called "happy hour" here becomes an opportunity to get together and release the stress of everyday life. It normally consists of a Spritz (Prosecco, soda water and Aperol or Campari) and some handmade snacks which are usually on the house. For those who want to continue partying, Taormina has no shortage of options especially over summer, from nightclubs to late bars.