We got the beef carpaccio, which was very good, though it's worth noting that it is more of a dried meat than a raw meat as you might expect from carpaccio. We also got a pizza with traditional toppings and one (the Fiorentino, I think it was called) with carrots, walnuts and arugula. Both were excellent. There were sauces and oils served on the side, and all were wonderful. The staff was exceptionally friendly and attentive. The setting is a lovely street off the main drag, so you see more of a neighborhood scene if you're dining on the above-the-street patio. We liked this place enough to think about returning during the same trip, though we ran out of time. We will definitely eat here again.
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