This Italian eatery’s claim to fame is its unique dining room: a second tier of tables perched atop the ones on the ground floor, accessible by little flights of stairs. Make sure you get a spot on the top level, and dangle your feet into space. The food is pretty good, too, with a wide selection of pizzas, pastas, risottos, and meat dishes. Service is typically friendly, but can be a bit spotty sometimes.
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