The historical osteria is located in one of the most charming medieval streets of the city, at the crossroads that has been home to one of the most famous inns of the Region since the 14th-century and next to one of the most fascinating art venues of the town: Cà dei Carraresi.
In 2015 the wine-bar & bistro has undertaken a beautiful, conservative restoration that has managed to carefully conserve the original features of the building, combining its medieval history with a contemporary industrial design.
The menu includes typical cicchetti (appetizers like tapas) made with the best local and seasonal products, fresh fish entrées and main courses, and homemade pasta recipes. All to be paired with a great wine list, of both local and international labels, and a good selection of artisanal beers.
It is said that the historic name of the osteria derives from corderie (because once horses were attached outside the inn and the patrons, therefore, needed to be able to buy ropes and hardware on-site).