We decided to walk to Pistone's since it was close to our hotel - at least on the map. It is at a very strange intersection, so we had to cross the street without crosswalks and walk along unpaved pathways. Once we got there we found that the food was OK, but not much to rave about. I had angel hair pasta with seafood (misto mare) and my husband had vitello marsala. Both were acceptable but uninspiring. The big draw seems to be the bar with live entertainment. The male vocalist (we could hear the entertainment) was good, but his female counterpart was terrible - couldn't carry a tune in a dump truck.
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