We picked up a variety of items to make dinner one night. The bread and pastries were delicious, of course, but the tomato pie was outstanding. They also have a variety of fresh pasta, including ravioli and other filled items. Pick up some of their traditional red gravy, and you've just taken care of dinner. We didn't have a chance to try any of the sandwiches or pizza from the wood fired oven, so I guess we'll need to go back next year.
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