The Hotel Ritz recommended this restaurant, and it turned out to be a nice experience. The total package is romantic--dim lighting, rustic decor (marble-topped farmhouse tables, rush-caned chairs), local "comfort" food of Tuscany. As is true of most Italian dining rooms, this restaurant runs at a leisurely pace, allowing couples time to look into one another's eyes over a glass of lovely house wine ($4.50 for a half liter).
Italians and tourists alike were dining there on the night we went--it was full by 9:00. The menu featured lots of meat (pork ribs, chicken, sirloin, mixed Tuscan sausages, tripe, duck), but Dave and I found plenty of "fish-etarian" items. We started with the yum...Read More