Amazing seasonal menu. Always has something amazing! Is a must visit spot when you're in the area. The patio is wonderful in the evening!
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This was an extremely pleasant dinner. The building has ancient cave/cellars providing cool air, supposedly Galileo stayed here, old mural style painted ceiling in an adjacent room, copper pots hanging from the ancient beams in the main room, and, oh by the way, the food...More
We had lunch at this small ristorante after a hike in the local mountains. The service was outstanding and the food was very good. We were able to speak in both French and English with the server who did an excellent job of communicating to...More
The Tiramisu and wine were delicious, but our pastas were still cold in the middle so not made "fresh".
A wonderful off the beaten path restaurant. Went for lunch with my son and two of his Army buddies following a great wine tasting up the road. Had the three course lunch which started with prosciutto, tomatoes and mozzarella with pesto. The main course was...More
Loved the ambiance. The old house with copper pots and ceramics gives one plenty to see. The grounds are nice. We had two young children, and they were able to run around outside while they awaited their food. I liked my pasta but wished I...More
The dark haired middle-aged Italian woman was bad from the beginning but got ridiculous when I order one half liter of wine, she brought me 1/4 and after we complained, she insisted it was 1/2. The food was good, but not worth tolerating this woman's...More
Some of the best homemade pasta you will taste. Fagottini is the popular favorite and the atmosphere has a great old world feel. Been here a few times and I find the servers to be a bit on the slow side, even for Italy. Plan...More