The Lemon Tree
The Lemon Tree Review
If Italy had old school luncheonettes, this is what they'd look like: a storefront of yellow walls, dark-green booths, white linoleum tables, and cascading sconces of faux ivy leaves and hand-painted Tuscan serving pieces for artwork. It's self-described by the husband-wife owners (who are always at the front) as an "upscale diner," and locals swear by it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (breakfast only on Sunday), so expect a short wait in season at peak hours. There's always a treat on the house, like a glass of sorbet to finish lunch; and don't miss the shrimp scampi—the sauce is so good, you'll want to dip every bit of the fresh focaccia in it.