Tuscany Restaurants



La Pecora Nera

La Pecora Nera Review

This lively, gaily colored little trattoria (the name means "black sheep") with a high-vaulted ceiling is staffed by giovani disabili (both mentally challenged and learning-disabled young people), who wait tables under the supervision of a non-disabled companion. The food's terrific, from the made-in-house tordelli lucchesi (meat-stuffed tortelli sauced with a fragrant meat ragù) to the tasty crostata. Great care is taken with sourcing, when possible, local organic ingredients, and such care translates into a lovely meal.

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  • Closed Mon.–Tues. No lunch Wed.–Fri.
Updated: 12-04-2013

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