Situated just outside of the Jewish Ghetto in a little alley that opens to a lovely outdoor dining space. The evening we dined here, the clientele was weighted toward locals out with their families. We had a leisurely dinner that included veal milanese and sweet breads. The staff couldn't have been more welcoming. The food was delicious. Nothing modern about this restaurant but that is what makes it so special.
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