The pizza is super thin with great flavor. Their pizza oven is the largest i have ever seen. The house antipasti was good and plentiful. Came with three or or different meats, cheese. Chicken liver crostini and a tartufu crostini. The fried vegetables had a batter that was too think taking away from the favor of the vegetables but use artichokes, zucchini, etc which was great. The restaurant is located in a very old building that has been completely restored. The stone work is just beautiful. The service was excellent. .
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