This pizzeria (which actually has no pizza during the off-season!) is a hotel-restaurant and one of few open restaurants in November. Still I suggest you try to search for something else, this is really only for emergency, only if you're too hungry to search for better alternatives (there are hardly any worse alternatives, _everything_ eatable is likely to be better than this, for example hunting a rabbit in the nearby fields and eating it raw). Prepare for a way to expensive meal that's not worth the money, the meat is of really poor quaility and the taste is *uargh*.
I don't even want to talk about the "service" and the cleanliness, it fits into the overall picture.
Avoid this if you can.
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