“Rosso di sera” is the initial part of the common saying “rosso di sera, bel tempo si spera” which translates in English as “red sky at night, shepherd’s delight”. It is the first part of a wish, and also the name of a great old-fashioned pub in Turin.
This is simply my place of choice if I want a good beer, if I want to watch football at the pub, or have a nice sandwich or dish of pasta.
I do not play chess, but this place has also a chess club in it so you can play every day of the week plus on a dedicated night each week.
Pino, the owner, is an amazing host, always talking about politics and smiling.
There are places you go to because of the food, because of the drinks, because of the events they host. Other places are the ones you pick because of the people you find there and because of their soul. Rosso di sera is one of these one: it simply expresses the wish in its name, hoping tomorrow will be better than today.