In a late-16th-century palazzo in the heart of the centro storico, this contemporary inn has an osteria on the ground floor and a more formal restaurant on the second. Downstairs, the interior is minimalist without being stark. At a long counter, which extends practically through the entire length of the narrow room, lunching locals enjoy ample plates of affettati misti (mixed cured pork products, often served with caramelized figs) and daily specials, like
the pollo impannato alla griglia (lightly breaded chicken breast, cooked on the grill). Pizza is also a possibility. The menu changes frequently: goulash, a rarity in these parts, lights it up in winter.