Bar Mercurio, steps from Bata Shoe Museum, consistently serves up first-class fine Italian fare marking this well-liked Annex trattoria, where such welcome standards as Caesar salad and wood-fired pizza are adored.
As the kind of spot Marlon Brando or Frank Sinatra might show up for a ‘za and a glass of malbec, this hip Annex trattoria is a standout for a lot of reasons. Take, for example, our consistently yummy pies that tumble out of our state-of-the-art, imported-from-Italy pizza oven. Or the eight interesting by-the-glass wines that flow from the on-site Enomatic machine (picked at the owner’s discretion and subject to seasonal change-ups).
Or the fresh pasta and tomato sauce prepared to exacting standards in the Mercurio kitchen. Or perhaps it’s simply our comfy atmosphere — intimate enough to be date-worthy but quaint enough to host a solo experience with gusto — and the attentive, personalized service that flourishes within it.
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