We visited twice. Pizza the first time, pasta the second. I can't say the Italian Chardonnay is good it isn't, it is bland. That's the downside that the only white wine they have is imported. The food however is good and the waiter is efficient and charming. The beer is good but not local.
Eating outside on the square in summer is good, watching the passing scenery as the day fades. So no real complaints except the house wine choice is limited.
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