We stumbled into Il Gusto di Acasamia at around 5:30 on a hot July afternoon to see if we could get a dinner reservation. We were hungry but oubted that it would open before 8:00. We learned that we could make a reservation, and we could also be served then, if we chose. Thankful to be out off the hot street, we went inside. What a wonderful place! We had a great dinner, including the complimentary prosecco and appetizer described by others, and attentive but not intrusive service. We liked it so much we tried to make reservations for the next night, a Sunday. Unfortunately it's closed on Sundays and we left on Monday. Our return visit will have to wait.
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