Eating here is certainly an interesting experience, though perhaps not for everyone. There's no menu to choose from, just a blackboard telling you what you're going to eat, and waiters telling you when you're going to eat it. Your host-cum-entertainer in chief is the gregarious Filippo Matto (a former butler to composer Gian Carlo Menotti), who carves meats, welcomes guests, and generally goofs around. Load up on the small plates of meats, onion frittata wedges, artichokes, and crostini, usually followed by a single pasta dish -- and if you're lucky, the farro stew made with sausage, wine, and peperoncini (Tuscan peppers).