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There's room for just two at Italy's romantic Solo per Due restaurant
There's room for just two at Italy's romantic Solo per Due restaurant

It's easy to reach the self-proclaimed world's smallest restaurant. Its Ferrari with the leather interior picks you up and takes you along winding roads 40 miles north of Rome high into the green Sabine Hills. Here, the heat of the city gives way to a cool breeze rustling through cypress and palm trees. You walk down a path illuminated by torches, past Roman busts to a 19th century villa. Walk in and you'll understand the meaning behind the restaurant's name: Solo per Due, which means Only for Two. Before you is one table with two chairs. That's it. The rest of the room is art, statues and flowers you selected, along with your meal and music, when you made your...

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