Two under average overpriced dishes (tortelloni porcini and figues, spaghetti with moscardini), sloppy service. Wine was OK.
The building goes back many centuries; the owners/waiters/bar/kitchen staff (a married couple) only a little less than half a century running this little "osteria", but they still run it like a very traditional local feeding hole. The vaulted brick ceilings and local artist's works on...More
We happened upon this eatery and found the menu in the window to be very reasonable. It is a place where the locals come and enjoy the food and drink. Run by a Mom & Pop, there are three tables inside and four in the...More