This was a tiny wine bar that also served some basic food, quite empty when we arrived a bit after 7pm. It seemed like a local place with couples stopping by to have their baby spoiled by the waitress and grab a glass of wine. Tables were beyond tiny, with the food counter and the wine taps just across from the tables. We ordered a liter of the house white wine, a pizza with sweet peppers and sausage that had some spice to it (pretty good), and sphaghetti with mussels (good, not great). Our bill came to 36Euro ($50). Traffic in the bar seemed to begin to pick up at about 8ish.
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