I saw in a review that someone wrote about it being in the middle of nowhere. In reality it is less than one mile outside of town, making it possibly the best and most accessible cafe within 5 miles, excluding some within the village. And even then it's one of the best places to eat. They often have live music as well as nice art, photography, and CDs of local artists for sale. You can tell a lot about a place when their bathroom reminds you of a 4-star bed and breakfast. Very nice people and the food is genuinely good. Also, they have great gelato! There used to be a hidden shop in the back that sold gems and rocks and stuff. Check it out if you go through.
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