Three of us ate here on a rainy day in late June. We all found something we liked, although (as usual in Italy) it was harder for the vegetarian. We had ravioli, fusilli, Greek salad, cianghale stew, and a local Chianti. I wanted the cianghale as a local Tuscan specialty, and I got it and was very happy with it (although boar stew is heavy for late June - good thing it was a rainy day!). The wine list was very impressive - I wished I could stay all afternoon comparing local Chiantis!
The service was neither great nor awful, the ambience lacked charm but was serviceable enough.
As a foodie visit, it was a great success. I wouldn't pick it for a first date.
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