Dined at Coda with some girlfriends to celebrate a birthday. The second story entrance off the bustling touristy beachside main road doesn't match the wonderful views and atmosphere inside - so don't be deterred. The place is small and cozy with a small kitchen - the menu is not extensive - but the food was just like dining in a restaurant in Tuscany - simple, fresh and wonderful. Truth be told, our waitress could have been a bit friendlier, but that didn't matter - again, the food was delicious! We got caught in a pop-up thunderstorm when we were leaving, and when we walked back in to wait it out at the bar, the manager poured us some house made limoncello - a great finish to a great evening.