Great staff, excellent wine and food, and good prices. The bread was fresh, pasta and salad delicious, and people were helpful.
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We should know better than choose the closest restaurant to the tourist spot. Manager was curt and not particularly helpful.
We were looking for a pleasant restaurant for a lunch of pasta and salads, and this is much better than average. The food was tasty and the ingredients fresh. The menu had more than enough appealing choices. As befitting a wine bar, there was a...More
A very brief experience. Apparently they were booked out for lunch but I got at best one word responses from the manager. I asked in polite Italian whether I might have a seat (the table did not have a reserved sign which many did). All...More
This is a small restaurant near the Duomo. We wouldn't normally eat so near a major tourist attraction area because those aren't usually the best restaurants, but that is not the case here! It is a perfect representation of an Italian restaurant. I had a...More
The food is wonderful, but what kicks it to the top is the warmth and kindness of the owners. There was a white ragu that I had to go back and have again because it was so delicious, but also because it was such a...More
While I usually avoid eating in restaurant in the heart of the day visitors , this was a very pleasant departure. The lasagna was some of the best I have tasted. A great wine selection and very friendly staff. We will return.
Our family of four adults was looking for something authentic and this place was it! The service was so nice and our food was great. I had a very good ham panini and my wife had a cheesy dip dish. Wine was great and this...More
I went to this restaurant specifically for the walnut cream sauce, only to discover that it is no longer available. The bruschetta plate was very good with 3 different varieties of bruschetta, all of which were very good. Pleasant outdoor dining with a view of...More