If after a few days you've had all the Mexican food you can take, this small jewel is a good change of pace. It's at the south end of town near the Institute de Allende. It has about 4 tables for 4 on the terrace and 2 tables for 2 as well as inside seating. The terrace is the place to be with it's view of the parish church on a square and you can see the Parroquia in the distance. It's an anonymous little building easily found, with a welcoming staff and warm attention. Small well planned Italian menu but limited wine list. The food was good but it's the combination of food, ambience, view and charm of the staff that makes the restaurant worth visiting. Enjoy.
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