Located in the heart of a charming town, this restaurant's dining room has exposed pipes in the ceiling and dark woodwork. The chef is an advocate of the slow food movement that makes use of local ingredients integrated into seasonal menus. This is a place for a leisurely dinner that allows guests to graze through courses while indulging a thirst for wine. Open your repast with a mushroom bruschetta or smoked mussel toast, then advance to a vineyard pizza with goat cheese and house-made bacon. The restaurant offers more than 100 wines available by the glass. The bar has a TV set that continuously shows classic films.