It may be slightly off the beaten path, but celebrated chef Carlo Cracco’s innovative bar and restaurant located in an old sawmill outside the centro storico is a favorite with foodies and hipsters. The restaurant has a bare yet warm post-industrial feel with large chandeliers and one long communal table for up to 65 people. Come for a truly unique cocktail (some say these are the best drinks in town) or stay for dinner with modern Italian food that is clean, fresh, and “not too cerebral.” The menu changes with the seasons, but clean flavors and theatrical flair remain constants. Try dishes like spiced veal cubes served with peppers, potatoes, and scallions, or tagliatelle pasta served with clams, chervil, and juniper.