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The Barrino: a joyful place

Just opposite from the hotel and up the steps to a square enjoying a magnificent view the Barrino stands alone and proud. Originally a two floored house it was transformed into a lounge bar, the fame of which extends well beyond the Siena region. The skilled hands of waiters and waitresses shake the best of cocktails and serve all with a smile and a chat to the accompaniment of chill background music.

 

The Barrino is much more than a bar; it is a vibrant meeting point for the valley of Val d'Orcia where homesteads and small villages are spread wide and far. On warmer days the area in front of Barrino is laid out with small tables and is a hive of activity, whereas on the colder days it is the warmth of the bar area itself to attract guests in search of conviviality and a refreshing drink or two.

Cocktails and classy music

We are expert at creating art-drinks and we know a good bit about the music vibes to best accompany your moments of relax

Il Barrino here for you again

Il Barrino reopens and is in better shape than ever. From Tuesday to Sunday it will brighten your days with coffee, snacks and aperitifs in the morning from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and in the afternoon from 6 p.m.  to 10 p.m. it will turn into a wine and cocktail bar with wine tastings, aperitifs, snacks and selected cocktails made just as they should be. Good humor, fun will not be missed as well as the desire to be together. We are waiting for you.

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