A small pizzeria in the historical center of town, a few steps from the lake. Parking is difficult, especially in summer. This establishment seats thirty and there are a lot of customers: a reservation is recommended. Dinner is served in two shifts. It is not wheelchair accessible: there are steps and a small bathroom which is very tight. Some hooks would be advisable. There is personalized paper tableware and a wood-fired oven. A good availability of wines, even by the glass; the craft brew list is from Northern Italy. Whole-wheat flours and sought-after products. PDO, PGI and slow foods are featured in the menu. The pizzas are well-made, even the fried variety, with a mix of tradition and creativity.