A large table of us sat outside on the terrace for Sunday lunch and had a great meal. The usual Italian fair with anti pasti, pici pasta, grilled meats, salad and lots of vino Nobile. We had good service and food.
What struck us was just how many other large tables there were of locals also having their Sunday lunch there. A good sign.
It's a huge restaurant and you could feel a bit lost inside, so if possible, book a table outside and soak up the stunning views.
Interesting museum downstairs, including a huge Etruscan mask they found.
Great place for buying olive oil etc to bring home.
This is a three generation establishment and I love the heart that lies behind this place.
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