Unlike most of the other restaurants in Cefalù, which are tucked into hideaway alleys within the medieval core, this one sits directly across from the town's most popular beach, allowing sun-kissed diners access throughout the day and evening. The atmosphere evokes a woodsy-looking tavern with breezy access to the outdoors and touches of heavy timbers and exposed stone. Fresh fish, a menu constant, tastes best grilled and served with spinach or fava beans. The mainstay of the north coast, swordfish, is served here with a tasty onion sauce. You can also order couscous with fresh fish. No pasta in town compares to this place's linguine with shrimp, clams, and mussels. And one of my favorite items is zucchini flowers, which the chefs are skilled at deep-frying or grilling.