It is easy to miss this place. Their street frontage isn't much wider than the front door. My wife has limited mobility and had made an effort to get there, only to find it in darkness. I found the only staff member on the premises. It was a little after 7 p.m. She told us that they didn't open until 8. When she saw my wife's disappointment, she took her by the arm and led us to a table, turned on the lights and started whipping up antipasti. Later the owner arrived and guided us through a memorable meal. This turned out to be the highlight of our Italian holiday.
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