Tucked deep into the town's historic Old Granery, amid displays of century-old farming equipment, is this cozy and rustic Italian restaurant. Dark-wood floors, small tables, and lanternlike lighting give it the authentic ambience of a local trattoria. The waitstaff is quick and knowledgeable, turning out enormous pasta bowls, seafood salads, and pan-fried eggplant or salmon with flair. Excellent wines garnish the tables, and desserts are simple and rich. Slip in early
on weekends, when dinners bustle with groups.