We visited the birthplace of Santa Rita on a hot, dry June day. It was early for lunch, but we were welcomed by the friendly staff and seated at the table of our choice in the spacious and cool dining room. Service continued to be attentive and friendly, from start to finish. Food was excellent; my wife had the antipasto board featuring the local meat products, including wild boar sausage, cheeses, and a bowl of lentils with sausage - it was a meal in itself. I had my favorite, pappardelle with wild boar sauce. It was seasoned with juniper berries, as it should be, and was very good. Decent wine selection. My wife finished with a nice macedonia. Bathrooms were immaculate and fresh-smelling. A delightful, pleasant and refresing experience!
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