We ate lunch at the butcher's on the square, which thankfully wasn't closed during siesta time. We walked around the square first, and I think by this part of our trip we had done enough window shopping in touristy shops, so we were a little bored. But it is a beautiful square to sit and watch while you drink a glass of wine and eat delicious meats and cheeses. We saw an entire tour bus of American teenagers unload and disperse into the square, and that was our cue to leave. The little shops are cute, but nothing special, and they are small, so when an entire tour bus arrives, it's tough to maneuver. Overall, a nice piazza for lunch.