This Italian restaurant is busy with foreigners coming in and out, and the ham slices are clear in texture and very tasty.
Had A Very Nice Time at 115. Antonio and Michelle were very friendly hosts. Walked in nearly by accident because from the outside you cannot tell what's inside. Had a look at the menu and then read the positive reviews on TA and went in. Had nice food and wine, enjoyed a great and pleasant night. This is my first review and I'm glad it is a positive one.
We stopped in after touring San Francesco and shared a water, one glass of wine and Bruschetta. Brow-chet-ah. Not the Americanized: Broo-shet-ah. The proprietor spoke some English and was delightful and fun, explaining the arancini is a southern Italy dish (best in Pittsburgh are at Il Pizzaiolo) and arancia means orange! Mid-afternoon, we were the only patrons of this dark, very British-seeming pub, and relaxed and people-watched the busy street outside. It was truly worth stopping in for our snippets of conversation with the proprietor.
We stumbled into this place by accident on the way back to the San Francesco parking lot. There is no name on the outside, but the doors were open and I could hear some great jazz coming from within. We stopped in twice and found what was a rarity in Siena, a very low key place, great tunes and a fully stocked bar. Worth a visit.