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Scattered candles and dishtowel-draped tables echo the Sardinian kitchen’s rustic ways, expressed in dishes like zuppetta of handmade fregola pasta and clams in a spicy tomato broth. All the salads cry out for a livelier vinaigrette, but the branzino is a model of careful cooking, and myrtle perfumes remarkably moist suckling pig alongside fabulous roasted potatoes. And nothing costs more than $24.95.Recommended Dishes
Boar, $18.95; pig, $19.95
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