On a busy Saturday night, this restaurant clearly enjoyed popularity. Although busy there were at least half a dozen empty tables. They told me that they had none free but then seated a another couple who clearly had no reservation. This same sort of prejudice to a single woman traveller happened to me last year in Cinque Terre. On this trip it is the second time that it has happened. A popular restaurant in Lucca gave me the same treatment last week. It is outrageous and upset me so much that I now think that I should write some sort of a guide for single women travelling Italy. I suspect that the food here was probably good, but I'll never know for sure and would certainly not recommend that you give it your patronage!
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