Had a wonderful lunch in this romantic old stone building surrounded by a patio and gardens. The Taglialini was, hands down, the best dish I had in our 4 days in Pittsburgh. Great flavors! Portions are small, but I don’t consider that a problem. Take time to have a glass of wine, and maybe dessert and coffee afterwards. Would definitely go back.
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