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Pizzeria la Montecarlo information
This historic pizzeria is hugely popular, drawing a mixed crowd of sightseers, locals and even the occasional city celeb. Not the place for a lingering dinner, it can get frantic as the nimble waiters skip around the packed tables dishing out fried starters and crisp, wood-charred pizzas.