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Restaurant, Liber-tea Room and Nove & Undici café at San Marco

Ideal for buffets sitting or standing, for lunches and gala dinners for up to 300 people, the Restaurant Nove & Undici has bright rooms and in the summer you can sit by the pool.

Your private and business events: gala dinners, aperitifs, after dinner, baptisms and special events.

A welcoming and refined atmosphere that, thanks to the professionalism of our staff, makes the Nove & Undici Restaurant at the Hotel San Marco the ideal place in Verona.

Simple dishes are proposed and made with first choice products, without excessive processing that alter the authentic taste and the atavistic flavor. For this reason our staff is always available to accompany you in choosing the wine to pair with dishes or simply to meditate in the company of friends or colleagues.

From waking up in the morning to evening after dinner, from lunch to tea of ​​five, every stop of the day let yourself be accompanied by the pleasure of good food and treat yourself to some sin of gluttony in one of the exclusive rooms of Hotel San Marco.

Our restaurant is only open upon reservation for groups or organized events.

Liber-tea Room and Nove & Undici café

Feeling at home is the first step to a successful stay, and Villa Alice is proof of this.

In the vintage living room, under the Liberty Suites, relax sipping a tea or a hot chocolate surrounded by prints and furniture, reading a good book and admiring the green garden outside the windows.

In the warmer seasons, take a break in the garden, directly accessible from the Sala and order a snack or some good wine at the Nove & Undici Cafè.

The Liberty style of the old living room

The "Art Nouveau", known as Liberty-style, was an artistic movement that involved the Europeans countries between the end of the '800 and the first decades of '900. It is possible to find few examples of Liberty-style all over Verona, especially in the boulevard between the Austrian "Arsenale" and the Dome.

We suppose, indeed, that the Austrian officers were the first to benefit the "floral" abodes, that were quickly spreading in the area. During those years, the royal mail were under the control of the Austrian army, as the majority of the messages were passing through the military camps.

It was from an Austrian ex officer, that has become widower of his wife Alice before its time, that Grandpa Giacobbe bought the villa. He restored the damaged historical parts and, thanks to him, we can still admire the floral decorations on the doors and the pediment. Other details, as the wooden shutter, the epochal furniture and some prints by Alphones Mucha are preservative and steadily restored: we encourage you to visit the interior of the Villa and to enjoy this space.