We enjoyed our food and experience here during our month's stay in Tuscany, that we returned twice, bringing friends and family to enjoy the Chianti risotto and the butternut ravioli. The outside tables are a little too cozy, but at a late lunch we had plenty of room to spread out. Extensive wine list, but the vino della casa was delicious and affordable.
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