My wife and I came here for our pre-dinner aperitivo and had a great couple of negroni with some delicious local antipasto. The liver sausage (more like a salami) blew me away, but ultimately the place was the real gem
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I have been coming here in the morning for my cappuccino and I really like it's local feel, low key but responsive service. Does not play up to tourist expectations of an Italian hill town caffe. Instead, this one is for locals. Prices are lower,...More
In searching for a nice bar to have some drinks in before dinner (apperativo!), I saw a few cosy tables perched up an alley. Going with my gut, I sat and joined the other artsy, bohemian customers. A lovely, welcoming, relaxed vibe. Nice little drinks...More
We stopped here before dinner and it was lovely. There was free wifi for all the travelers which made it even better! We only had wine and water during our visit.
At first glance, it's a normal casual quick food bar, coffee stop. A small staircase in the back brings you upstairs to about 6 tables, (again, casual). It's there, Momma (the owner's mother) prepares the real meals. There is a full menu, which is truly...More
My wife and I had a very enjoyable dinner at this small, off the beaten track restaurant run by a mom & her son. Upstairs has a quiet & relaxed atmosphere after a hectic day of touring. As others have suggested, we reserved the two...More
Just a block off the Main Street, this quiet cafe is a good place to grab a couple drinks here before dinner. Strong wifi, good music and good staff. They even made a couple phone calls to hotels for us in the area to help...More
Tucked away up a little side street this bar was a lovely chilled out place. Very welcoming and serving antipasti with your drinks.