Having arrived to visit the Wine Museum and finding it closed, we decide to have lunch in one of two restaurants in town: I Tempi Antichi. It looks cozy like home and does not disappoint us. We start with Tortellini al Brodo (pasta cooked in broth) and Pasta Fagioli, which are both excellent. Then we follow with Caprese (mozzarella and sweet local tomatoes) and a local cheese baked in the oven with some anchovies on top, rich, but tasty. We drink some Grechetto di Todi, fabulous, golden color and crisp body in this unfiltered local wine. Lunch ends with some complimentary limoncello (a digestive made from bitter lemons) and we head for the museum. Throughout lunch the owners are around, very friendly and anticipating all our desires.
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