There are many excellent restaurants – both near Casa dei due Mori, and further away in Macerata, Civitanova, Porto San Giorgio and elsewhere. There is guide to restaurants at the house, and you can also find more information online.
There are several supermarkets, bakers, butchers and greengrocers as well as banks within a 3 mile radius – including bakers open on Sundays.
Sant'Angelo is fortunate to have a great selection of bars, restaurants and shops.
In the centre of the commune the supermarket (9 on the map) has recently (2015) moved to a brand new larger location on the way into the village - it's now by far the best supermarket in the area, and has incorporated one of the butchers (14).
Luigi's bakery (17 on the map - 50 yards out of the main square beyond Bar Roberta) makes good bread, cakes and tarts. Luigi also runs La Torre restaurant (3 on the map).
There is a second butchers (16) on the main square, three bars (the fourth, Bar Roberta, appears to be between tenants at the moment) and three restaurants (Pippo and Gabriela (5), Da Diulia (4) and La Torre(3)).
In the area surrounding Sant'Angelo, there are several other supermarkets, including:
Bakeries in the area have improved immensely. As well as Luigi's in Sant'Angelo, there's a good bakery in Passo Sant'Angelo which has a wide choice of breads and cakes, and a lovely little one in Passo Ripe San Ginesio which has fresh bread on Sundays, and offers walnut bread, olive bread, wholemeal (pane integrale) and sometimes corn bread (pane mais).
If you are in a hurry for your breakfast, you can go down the white track to Macchie, turn right and pull in at the bar as you drive into Ripe San Ginesio. Pick up a cappuccino, read the paper and then take croissants back for late risers!
Markets start early and fizzle out by lunch time.
See F on the local map
As well as the three restaurants in Sant'Angelo, other nearby local restaurants include:
The Cantina Terre di San Ginesio on the SS-78 in Ripe San Ginesio doesn't look like much, but they sell some excellent local wines (as well as Prosecco from the Veneto, local olive oils etc). They'll let you taste before you buy. They'll also sell you the basic local re, white and rose wines for a couple of euros a litre.
The Cantina Saputi winery is up towards the historic centre of Colmurano; they have a more complex (and pricey!) set of wines and make for a better wine tasting experience.
Also try visiting the artisanal brewery in Urbisaglia (Birrificio il Mastio). They have also just opened (in 2016) "Statale 78", a pub/food establishment on the SS78 (just opposite a petrol station as you drive towards Urbisaglia).
Find more restaurants in Sarnano, Servigliano, Falerone, San Ginesio, Macerata, Tolentino, Civitanova and Porto San Giorgio in our book of restaurant cards.
Nowadays you can get almost everything you need at the local shops and supermarkets. However if you want to see a bigger range of products, you may want to go to one of the nearby major shopping centres (centro commerciale),
This Iper opened in 2015 and has a massive hypermarket, with all kinds of local, national and international produce. It also contains plenty of clothes and shoe shopping opportunities.