Just around the corner from Piazza dei Signori, Vicenza’s main square, and right across the way from my hat shop, Palladio Cappelleria, is Ristorante-Pizzeria Al Paradiso, a reasonably priced eatery in the centro storico (historic center) that offers outdoor dining while the good weather lasts.
And, when I’m just too lazy to prep lunch, I’ll head “to paradise,” too, where one of the best waiters in town is stationed — Edison (no relation to Lightbulb Tom) — and let him suggest something off the menu that’ll satisfy my palate.
Today, it was a fresh, perfectly grilled piece of pesce spada (swordfish). Fitting, when you consider Al Paradiso sits on the corner of what used to be the city’s old fish market.
Here’s how it looked through the lens of my iPhone 5, upgraded over the weekend to iOS 7.
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