Urban Spoon’s reviewers are unanimous in their opinion of Fiorenza’s Italian Restaurant: the food is a great value for the price, it has a friendly family atmosphere, and its pizza and weekly specials are probably the worst in the city. And they’d be right. The pizza and the chef’s weekly specials are the worst in the city… for a human palate, that is. Fiorenza Scavo, current chef/proprietor of the eponymous restaurant, and her family have been providing for the hidden community for generations, all the way back to her ancestor, Salvatore Abataneglo, a pacifist with “The Sight” who sheltered and provided aid to non-humans during one of the Vatican’s many secret pogroms against “demonic” forces in the 1750s. Since then, “The Sight” has been passed down from generation to generation, sometimes skipping a family or a generation, to the present day. The Scavo family is one of several clans who immigrated to Canada, and for the last 40 years, non-humans have always been able to get “home-cooked” meals at Fiorenza’s.
KNOWN ASPECTS: Magic Dampening; Unusual Clientele; No Accounting for Taste