Some website had indicated this restaurant was closed. It is alive and well! It is a family run establishment, and we had a delightful long, relaxing lunch here. We dined outside and I would say the bruschetta pomodora was the BEST we had anywhere in Tuscany. The pick with garlic, tomato and red peppers was fantastic. Order a pitcher of house wine -- comes in a cute pitcher. This was a very nice dining experience.
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