Can taverna mean a rustic, brick, underground kitchen or dining area?

  • What isn't clear in the dictionary definition you're linking to?
    – DaG
    Mar 24 at 1:12
  • @DaG Somewhat: "a volte di lusso, arredati in stile rustico", but luxurious and rustic seem mutually exclusive, but I suppose "hole in the wall" places can have very good food.
    – Geremia
    Mar 24 at 3:09
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    'Arredato in stile rustico' doesn't necessarily mean 'not expensive, poor', it is a furnishing style, it means 'country-style furnishing', and can also be expensive or 'country -chic'. Mar 24 at 6:05
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    OP, check the definition of rustico in the same dictionary: as you'll see, and @BakerStreet explains, it's (also) a particular style, not necessarily a degree of richness or refinement.
    – DaG
    Mar 24 at 11:31


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