This restaurant is mainly a pizzeria. There are other items which we did not try(except a mixed salad). We were told it was the best pizza in this small town. It proved to be excellent.(Forno a Legno) Our waitress was a little brusque but warmed up as we progressed. They do a good take-out business, which is good if you want to avoid the coperto charge. The carafe of water was tepid(she may have thought we should buy the water). We ordered a house red wine which was a dolcetto, and not very good. I recommend that you drink beer if you go there(most everyone there did). The beer is better beer than the wine is wine. If you really want the wine, choose it carefully. We were asked if we wanted it "frizzante" or "normale-" the latter seemed better to me, but I don't know that for certain . A matter of taste.
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