You can’t reserve a table here and when we turned up at about 7pm, all of the tables were taken. With some effort we managed to squeeze in to the row of tightly-packed high stools snuggling the bar, and climb on to the last two that were free. Some unavoidable leg entangling with strangers quickly led to beer related chit-chat with a neighbouring couple from California. It’s an intimate, friendly place!
Bar staff were quite clearly overstretched but were still friendly and helpful.
Priced at 5 or 6 euros for a glass of beer, it’s not exactly cheap but the choice is vast. We tried a couple of light, hoppy craft beers and dark stouts along with a couple of traditional Italian pub snacks – deep fried mashed potato balls in breadcrumbs and rolled in cheese and black pepper, apparently a local speciality, and a mozzarella and buffalo tomato snack.
As we didn’t want to eat a main course perched at the packed bar, and there was a queue for tables, we decided to explore elsewhere for dinner.
It's a great place but as they don't take reservations, you should be prepared to queue for quite a while to get a table, particularly if you want to eat here.
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