We smelled the Resturant before we actually got to the front door. Loads of garlic! The insalata di mare was generous with seafood and satisfying as dinner alone. It was packed densely and on the verge of being too crowded and noisy to enjoy. Service suffered too during the peak hours - summer just before the Pageant of the Masters started.
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