Cafes and coffee are things people are passionate about in Italy. I'm not sure folks are as attached to their cafes here as they might be to a pub in England or Ireland, but perhaps they are. In any event, mid-morning Wednesday, the Brattin was full of locals, coming and going, chatting agreeably or reading the local papers. Serving fine regional coffee (Pasqualini), they make a respectable Cappucino at around 55% of the price you would pay in more touristy areas of the town. The location on the main higway/street through town is somewhat noisy and dusty, but they have a nice screened in area off on the side street with planters and pleasant mini-tables. Nothing fancy about this place, but agreeable people who don't mind serving a stranger. IF my Italian was better, I'm sure I could have pried open the local banter. Still, it is a pleasant and practical place to while away a quarter hour.
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