A 360° view of the Tavern of the Prete di Rostoviglio (the Tavern of the Priest of Rostoviglio), Rione Giotti, Piazza Faloci, Foligno.
Rione Giotti – La Taverna #q4d #theta360 – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Located in Piazza Faloci Pulignani, the tavern of the Noble Rione Giotti is located in the historic center of Foligno, exactly where once there was an old seventeenth-century Hostaria called “Locanda del Prete di Rostoviglio”.
Recently restored to its original architectural splendor, the local tavern is characterized by an internal Court in the open air, the heart of the Noble Rione Giotti, a ground floor composed of large stone rooms and a first floor where the Museo Rionale Societas Juctorum is located. In the Court, where you can still admire the classic San Pietrini on the river Topino, you can dine under the stars, on wooden benches, drink beer from the now famous “Buzzico” giottino or taste some good red or white wine from Cantinetta . Inside the tavern has undergone important and (almost) definitive metamorphoses; the 4 rooms located on the ground floor are really charming and fascinating: stone walls, exposed beams and splendid vaulted ceilings, are the ideal environment to immerse yourself in the seventeenth-century atmosphere and enjoy the delicious quintanare dishes. It starts from the Great Hall completely in stone, where arches and floral decorations help visitors to enter the magical atmosphere of the place. From a small window you can see a small room, the “Sala della Massaia”, with pots, pans, ladles and everything that could be part of a kitchen of the time hanging on the wall. Next to it there is a second room, the “Sala del Maniscalco”, made particularly by the harnesses of the horses, hanging on the walls, together with other useful tools for the care and play of the steed. Coming out of here and going down two steps, you enter the part of the tavern where the stone has truly rediscovered its vigor and its splendor, the “Sala delle Armi”, enriched by halberds, swords, armor and historical flags. Finally, going up the stairs that overlook the Court, you come to a stone corridor, which leads to the three large noble rooms that house the Museo Rionale Societas Juctorum.