The name of this restaurant has changed so we had a bit of a hard time finding it, but it was worth the search. The menu is in Italian, and no one there speaks English, so take your google translate along. It is definitely a place that caters to locals, and you need a reservation. We went on a Friday night when they had live music and it was such a treat to sit on the patio and listen while we ate. The young man who sang, did several in English when he saw us there and that was fun. Even with the language barrier, the service was friendly and good. My grilled fish was amazing! Overall a great experience.
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