The world's smallest restaurant is located in Vacone, Italy. The tiny eatery only has space for two diners at any given time. In fact, the restaurant's name, Solo Per Due, translates from Italian to mean "just for two."
Owner Remo de Claudio aims to provide customers with an intimate dining experience. Geared towards couples, the establishment features a candle-lit driveway at the end of which the owner comes out to personally greet guests. It goes without saying reservations must be made well in advance. The staff caters exclusively to the couple, serving them homemade pasta and bread, fresh fruit and local delicacies. The vintage decor adds to the romantic experience, as the building was erected in the 19th century. On the way out, visitors have the option of commemorating the experience in the smallest restaurant's guest book.
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