Frosio, frequent name in the Imagna Valley, is also known beyond the borders of the Valley: thanks to the family who runs the Posta, historic restaurant in Sant'Omobono, and the Almè restaurant that takes the family name.
In 1910, the grandparents of the current owners opened the tavern Posta which was one of the mail coach stations of the postal service in Imagna Valley.
During these times, the tavern was used for various purposes, rest and restore of travelers and of their main mode of transport, the horses, but also a meeting point, an exchange office for information, a gathering of the various activities and professions of the valley.
Subsequently, the inn was managed by Sperandio and his wife Clara. Their 5 children, Petronilla, Luisa, Marco, Paolo and Camillo already during their studies gave a hand in the family activity with growing passion.
Today, anybody who enters in the restaurants or hotel of the Frosio family can immediately perceive the entire history of a family that did not leave space for exoticism and did not surrender to momentary fads. With the concreteness of who has solid roots and interests of an open mind, the Frosios follow their way preserving memory and curiosity.