A familiar feeling is what you sense at “Lo Storico”: a warm environment made of wood and wrought-iron, the tables elegantelly prepared, an ancient and discrete flavour that makes you understand the history this place has lived through.

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The first official opening date is indeed 1941, but, talking to some eyewitnesses, it seems the real date is 1902 as an “inn with rooms”, during a patriotic period where food and sex were the main attractions for country gentlemen, middle-class people and militiamen.

The story narrates that the well-known poet D’Annunzio famous for his fine taste came here from time to time to enjoy the inn and the innkeeper lady… but maybe this is just one of the many urban legends.

In the years to come, after several owners it because then “Ul Pinchett”, a restaurant of local traditions starting with its name, that has been preserved throughout the third millennium.

And here we are today, with Maria and Salvatore, wonderful people with a real passion for cuisine and hospitality.

Maria is an always cordial and competent maître, Salvatore an experienced chef with a creative touch, together they are a welcomed surprise in the Lario cuisine: hogh-quality ingredients (the daily seafood is an ultimate choice due to its guaranteed freshness), prestigious wines, impeccable service, excellent quality and price ratio.

“Lo Storico”, true to its name is a real experience for all your senses, which never fails to meet your expectations.

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Updated for our special guests.

We love fresh seafood, therefore in our restaurant we use only fish that comes exclusively for us every day directly from fishing boats.

Depending on the daily catch, the following type of fish will be used to prepare the seafood dish we propose:

  • Lobster
  • Europen Lobster
  • Squid
  • Grouper
  • Squilla
  • Dentex
  • Seafood
  • (Clam Shaggy Mussel Sea Urchin)
  • Sea Hen
  • Red Crawfish
  • Cod
  • Murmur
  • Hake
  • Umbrine
  • Gilthead
  • Sea Bream
  • Angler
  • St. Peter Fish
  • Swordfish
  • Octopus
  • White Bream
  • Sardine
  • Shirimp
  • Scorpion Fish
  • Cuttlefish
  • Mackerel
  • Sole
  • Sea Bass
  • Red Tuna
  • Surmullet