Although the sign says "Pizzeria" outside, the restaurant serves far more than just that dish. We had excellent seafood pasta, appetizers, and dessert. They walked around with limoncello as we were finishing. We always look for locals in a restaurant, and that Sunday night, local families far outnumbered the tourists. I'd make a reservation because it's a busy spot. We'd eaten at Miky the night before - and although its food was very good, this restaurant had more attentive servers and very authentic cooking.
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