The translation from Italian is "bread and wine," and those are both pretty good choices here, but that's not the full extent of the menu. This little Italian cafe has a suitably old-school rustic decor to accompany the traditional (and delicious) fare.
Espresso and cannoli (or any other cream-employing pastry) is always a good choice, of course. But you'll also want to take a look at their pasta offerings, which many locals rave about as the best in the city. The tagliatelle alla bolognese (fettucini with bolognese sauce) and lasagna emiliana (mozzarella and parmesan covered in both white and bolognese sauce) are particular favorites. All of the pasta is hand-made daily, which you can observe for yourself through the front window!
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