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Tra Vigne Pizzeria

If you’re looking for a casual spot to unwind after a tough day on the tasting trail, you can’t miss at Tra Vigne, which has a menu of great pastas, piadines, and sourdough pizzas with just the right amount of crisp and chew. And although this place is always packed, it’s one of the few places in town you can get into without a reservation. For pizzas, we like the Vespa (with chicken apple sausage and spinach), the Ducati (with piles of spicy meat), or the smoky mushroom bolognese if you’re in more of a pasta mood. The daily Happy Hour has $1.50 oysters, arancini, and wings, and $7 wines by the glass, which is hard to come by here. There’s a big patio where large groups and families hang out, run around the fountain, and play bocce in between bites. If you just can’t drag yourself out the door to another restaurant, takeout here is great too.

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