My husband and I were on a group biking tour of Molise in the middle of October and had a Tuesday evening on our own in Campobasso. Many restaurants seemed to be closed, but we were fortunate to stumble on Miseria e Nobilta. We explained to the hostess that we wanted just a first course, and she welcomed us warmly. Once seated, we were given two glasses of Prosecco, and after ordering our pastas and a bottle of wine, she brought us a delicious appetizer, "so that the wine won't go to your head." My husband had agnolotti with zucchini blossoms, and I had tagliatelle with broccolini. Both were among the best pastas we had during our two-week stay in Italy. Both the hostess and our server were delightful and kind, even graciously encouraging our imperfect Italian. We could not have had a better experience, and it left us with a warm feeling toward Campobasso.