The eponymous Barone Rosso pizza is a taste treat like few others, with rocket (arugula for Americans), ham and parmesan. Other items we ate there, including various pizzas, gnocchi, and fettuccini, were also quite good. Service is nice and they're very welcoming of families, with a room in which noise is quite acceptable (and has a TV). One quirk is that the staff may not be apparent when you first walk in. Due to the local traditions of eating later than is common in America (lunch at 1:00-1:30pm and dinner at 8:30-9:00), we often walked in to find nobody present and had to wait 3-5 minutes until someone showed up. Be patient; it's worth it!
The place appears to have been built in a cellar or similar underground space; the ceilings in most rooms are arched, with hardware still emerging from the walls for hanging or moving cargo or something. It's quite fun to speculate about, so we never asked about it's history.
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