The narrow, arched ground floor of a palazzo, filled with heavy rustic tables and chairs, is a cool retreat in which to enjoy Trapanese classics. Seafood is plentiful, as are such meat specialties as roast lamb in a citrus sauce and busiati, the thick local pasta that seems like perfection itself when topped with pesto trapanese, made of tomato, basil, pecorino, and almonds. The terrace in front is one of the nicest places in Trapani to spend a summer evening. Upstairs are 12 pleasant, well-furnished rooms, some with kitchenettes, with doubles starting at 70€.