First you need to know that they are closed early in the week and or for special occasions. We came by without reservations on a Tuesday and it was closed. We asked one of the workers on the farm when they were open and they said Thursday. We walked around the horse farm a bit and left for Clusone which is not very far. BTW - beautiful town. We decided to come back on Thursday for lunch. As we drove up the driveway we saw no cars? We walked into the farmhouse and it was set up so perhaps we were early. We asked one of the staff, I believe one of the owners, if they are open for lunch. She said, sorry we are closed for a wedding today. After explaining that this was our second try and were disappointed as we looked so much forward to their fantastic lunch. She said, wait a moment I will be right back. A few moments later she did come back and asked if we would like to have lunch with her family and workers as they will be sitting down shortly. We were so grateful and appreciative of that gesture and took her up on her offer. We are glad we did. Lunch was basic hardy polenta with brazed beef, grilled vegetables with meat on a stick. It was awesome. She did not need to do what she did but it just goes to show the true character of the farm and the Italian people in general. We will never forget this generosity. The wedding was also very nice
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