My husband and I are the kind of folks who would rather be around the locals in the places we travel. We were searching for Campo San Giacomo de l'Orio in Santa Croce because we'd heard that it was a lovely square named after its laurel trees and that the atmosphere was relaxed and more "neighborhoody" than touristy. When we did find the Campo, we came across an added bonus in Al Prosecco. The service was warm, friendly, and down-to-earth, and the beer and the cheese platter we had for lunch here was wonderful. Sitting in the Italian sun, we watched children playing and locals walking their dogs, and we listened to a great band playing Django Reinhardt–like music in the square. Can't get much better than that. We liked Al Prosecco so much that we had lunch there twice.