This place is fun to visit. It's a small pasticceria, but they also serve sandwiches and simple savory food. The walls are lined with as many licquers as you could name, and some pretty amazing looking candies too. The thing that really knocked off our socks was the hot chocolate, a thick, dark chocolate brew, laced with a bit of cinnamon. It was probably the best hot chocolate we have ever had. Their cappuccino and macchiato were average, in our opinion. Same with the one pastry we ate, a chocolate tart. The shop was quite crowded on the two occasions we visited, filled with locals wanting their coffee or a swallow of grappa or a snack. The atmosphere was indeed old time, and it was also fun to look at the fantastic pastries in the window display.
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