We stopped here for lunch with a group of other bicyclist while on a Ciclismo Classico bike trip across Italy. The Alimentare really is, as it's name suggests, a deli/enoteca combination with an excellent choice of local ingredients and a small kitchen that will prepare those indgredients in the delightful italian slow food tradition. A very pleasant staff and a delightful meal. A change of pace from the usual trattoria.
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