The simple cooking style here is an ode to Chef Rita’s Florentine mother and the dishes she made with ingredients from their farm. The menu highlights are all of the classics, like insalata di pomodori, spaghetti alla pomarola, and a beautifully cheesy lasagna (which has several variations, depending on the season). Everything is made with olive oil imported directly from the restaurant’s namesake farm in Tuscany. In the bar, you’ll find a selection of straightforward negronis. It’s the kind of place that’s just as appropriate for a cozy date night as for sunny patio drinks after work.

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