You would probably be happy eating canned spaghetti while savoring the view over the stage-set Piazza della Repubblica from the namesake loggia—or for that matter, under the enchanting stone-and-brick vaults inside. It’s a moot point as the food is very well done and nicely, if rather stiffly, served, and the kitchen is acclaimed for its preparations of beef from the Valdichiana, often served with a rich, red-wine reduction.