We had a great time at this charming little place that is somewhat off the beaten path. There was live music on the rooftop the evening we went which was really fun. The food is ok. We shared a mixed salad which was mostly cucumber followed by a salami and bacon pizza which was fine but slightly undercooked. We also had the carbonara and the homemade gnocchi with bolognese. We topped of the meal with a scoop of coffee gelato. Everything was good and reasonable although the menu is limited. If you go, be sure to ask to sit on the roof.
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