We stopped by for a quick lunch and we had two bruschetta and a glass of white wine from San Gimignano (vernaccia). Everything was very tasty, the bruschetta is made with delicious local products, we especially recommend the one with pecorino and sundried tomatoes! Surprisingly authentic despite the very touristy location.
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