Killing time until our train left, we stopped here on a Saturday afternoon. Since there was a wait for a table, we found two empty stools at the bar. After a few minutes, the waiter, who was plenty busy, got us menus and took our drink order. The bruschetta had a balsamic vinaigrette for the diced tomatoes. One unexpected ingredient was the layer of fresh mozzarella, for a caprese touch. The bread was nicely toasted but probably not rubbed with garlic as per legit bruschetta. It was mostly not as loud as you might expect, but there was an occasional crash from a moody bus boy who was not feeling the love.
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