The most literary

Apr 12, 2017 | Record-breakers

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With the prize of the same name, which has been celebrating Italy’s finest wordsmiths since 1926, the Trattoria Bagutta in Milan is one of the first three restaurants in the world to become home to a literary award of national renown (its illustrious historic siblings are the Prix Goncourt in Paris, first launched in 1896, the jury of which has been meeting at the Drouant restaurant since 1914, and the Prix Interallié, set up in 1930 and held at the Lasserre restaurant). Ristorante 12 Apostoli in Verona is the venue for the prize of the same name, first awarded in 1968, for a book by a journalist-writer; Hotel Principe di Piemonte in Viareggio gave birth to the famous “Premio Viareggio”.

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