Accommodation and food since 1800, the “Albergo Croce d’Oro” is run for 50 years by the family Corsi. It was a Post Station at the gates of Valpolicella, for those who descended from Val d’Adige, and thanks to the flourishing of marble economy in the area, it has become the most important historic trattoria in Volargne. In an old photo appears a small gold cross hanging at the entrance. Among the most important dishes, the homemade lasagnette with meat sauce of the Grandma Cornelia Caprini called “Nella”. Historical i salso the cotoletta without the bone, the reason of routinely customers, called also the “cotoletta of Valpolicella”. In addition to the restaurant, the family runs the hotel, with 14 rooms. Federico is managing the service, while Sabina is in the kitchen, with Silvano and Teresa. A suggestion? Try the “tiramisù all’Amarone”.