The thing that attracted us to this restaurant was the sign outside. Yes, It was exactly what we were looking for. No Pizza, No Pasta. No Diet Coke. No Cappuccino. No Internet. A sure sign that it was not a typical touristic restaurant. Yes, it's small and yes you may have to wait for a small table either indoors or out. But the local feeling is well worth it. And yes you are offered a glass of wine if you do have to wait. My husband and I ordered (sort of under duress in a good way) the bean soup. We love soups of all kind and this was by far the best bean soup we have ever had. The feeling of the place was outstanding. Locals making local food the way it should be made. Nothing pretentious just good food served up simply. The tables indoors are very close together and it makes for great conversation with those seated near by. We enjoyed our lunch of Bruschetta , Bean Soup and a bottle of wine while having a visit with our table mate from New York City. Prices are very affordable too.
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