This restaurant is just above the fisherman's area where their daily catches are processed. You walk up a few stairs and it is right there.They actually own this restaurant we were told. The seafood selections were plentiful and the menu told you if they were local fresh caught, local frozen, farmed etc.Most of the dishes were served with a pasta. We were seated in an enclosed area that overlooked the harbor but it was cool out so a small stove of sorts was on and the sides were closed. The service was good and the waitress was friendly an efficient. We had a linguini with small fresh caught little clams....there were a lot of clams! Someone had a porchini mushroom pasta that was very nice. Others had a seafood pasta that had mussels, clams and shrimp. Prices were good and we all enjoyed a desert and cappuccino.
One of the issues I did find a bit off putting was when, at the busiest time, a person selling their paintings came in and went from table to table trying to sell them. He was not pushy or unpleasant but I felt it inappropriate.
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