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Literary café


Apulian aperitifs

Attached to the Terranima restaurant is the historic Batafobrle cultural café, an acronym for the initials of the historic Apulian provinces: Bari, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi and Lecce.
In this delightful and tasteful place, loved by singers, musicians and poets alike, you can enjoy fabulous aperitifs form the Puglia region, and you can experience a rich and surprising line-up of events with a cooking show, food and wine tastings, live music and literary presentations.

Apuglian atmosphere

Enjoy your event

The romantic, intimate and private atmosphere of our Batafobrle literary café makes it the perfect place for your guests to have a memorable gastronomic experience and enjoy private events, business brunches, corporate lunches, business meetings, fancy aperitics and food and wine tastings, in the name of the Apulian tradition creatively revisited by our kitchen brigade.

•  Cooking shows
•  Apulian cooking lessons
•  Literary presentations
•  Live music
•  Cultural meetings
•  Conferences and business meetings


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The rooms

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The Terranima restaurant consists of two connected internal rooms, seating approximately 70 guests
From the main entrance you can directly access the historic Batafobrle literary café, frequented and loved by famous individuals in the art, culture and music scene.
The adjoining room, called Corte Terranima, represents the heart of the restaurant, with an atmosphere evoking the typical Apulian “courts”, with its original stone floor and the high barrel and cross vaults.
On the walls, among the photos of the famous people who have frequented the place, you will notice a range of exclusively Apulian food and wine products, and traditional handcrafted goods, carefully selected from the most authentic country and artisanal farms.
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Saint Nicholas's table

Saint Nicholas's

The most romantic and most desired table in the Terranima restaurant is located in the Batafobrle room, to the right of the entrance, next to the Saint Nicholas corner, which houses the statue of the beloved patron of Bari in Lecce papier-mâché.
Saint Nicholas of Bari, also known as Saint Nicholas of Myra, San Nicolao or San Nicolò, is venerated by both the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church.
He is considered a myroblyte saint, whose body gives off a pleasant fragrance and releases an oil with miraculous properties.
According to tradition, his relics are kept in the basilica in Bari built in his honour.
Popular tradition recognizes Saint Nicholas as Santa Claus, as the protector of children.
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Terranima |  Saletta Batafobrle, caffè letterario
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Food is a gesture of grace
for those who sit at our table.