The name of this rustic-looking little room just off bar- and osteria-lined Via Pratello translates roughly as “upside down” or “backwards,” and the concept applies to some unusual takes on traditional Bolognese cuisine. All the food is locally sourced, and the menu changes frequently to reflect what’s fresh in season and, a real rarity in Bologna, often includes many vegetarian choices—grilled radicchio on a bed of polenta, or crepes filled with caramelized squash. Some of the meat presentations, such as little ginger-laced meatballs on a bed of pureed peas, can be surprising, too. Rovescio keeps very late hours, making it a good choice for night-owl diners; plus, they run a handy little pizza shop next door.