In a village with proportionally few restaurants to visitors, you better get here between 6:30-7:15ish or you're in for a good long wait; a wait that's worth every minute.
First, kudos to the sunny, efficient waitress Denise. She made my trip to the town much happier. The feeling of the old, distressed-wood interior is warm and happy-making, and perfect for its sense of place.
I went alone three times (couldn't help myself) while my friend was working. The onion, garlic, tomato, pepper pizza was so good, I couldn't believe my mouth....or something like that. Also, the regional sausage they serve is unique and scrumptious. The tap beer is delicious; know that wine is much less expensive than beer in Italy almost always.
Kids here top their pizzas with French fries, and make it into a fold-over sandwich. This was shocking, since, and an American, I thought I'd already witnessed all the ridiculous things that can be done with fries.
Don't make the mistake of going to the tragic Pizzeria La Piazzetta just a few steps away.
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