An explosive menu mixing old Italian classics, with amazing products direct from small producers in Italy — plus a few fun twists from Chef Andrea. From the oozing pesto heart burrata, to the Girella ravioli filled with soft rabbit ragout and Italian polenta , to the Neapolitan Pizza heated in the gigantic Marana oven or even the Italian gelato made with love, Bronte pistacchio or Nocciola del Piemonte. We use amazing products that come directly from amazing producers located in Italy. The reality is that latecomers and cancelled reservations represent an enormous cost for restaurants.
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The song became a garage rock staple and a part of many rock bands' repertoires. It is particularly memorable for its "Gloria! It is easy to play, as a simple three-chord song , and thus is popular with those learning to play guitar. Morrison said he wrote "Gloria" while he performed with the Monarchs in Germany in the summer of , at just about the time he turned 18 years old. He would ad-lib lyrics as he performed, sometimes stretching the song to 15 or 20 minutes. Rowe brought in session musicians Arthur Greenslade on organ and Bobby Graham on drums, since he considered the Them members too inexperienced. There remains some dispute about whether Millings and McCauley were miked up, but Alan Henderson contends that Them constituted the first rock group to use two drummers on a recording. It was re-released in on the Deram label, but did not chart. One explanation for the timeless popularity of the song was offered in AllMusic 's review by Bill Janovitz : .
The song was originally written and composed in Italian by Umberto Tozzi and Giancarlo Bigazzi , and afterwards translated to English by Jonathan King. A cover version by American singer Laura Branigan sold over two million singles in the United States alone. Umberto Tozzi first recorded "Gloria" in ;  that summer the song stayed on the Italian Top chart for sixteen weeks, six of them at number 2. The song stayed four weeks at number 1 in both Switzerland and — in a translated version — Spain. That same year saw Tozzi's "Gloria" achieve hit status in Austria at number 4, Belgium at number 3, the Netherlands at number 21, France at number 3, and Germany where the track reached number 8. Tozzi's "Gloria" is a love song ,   as is the first English rendering of the song,  recorded by its original English-language lyricist, Jonathan King , in November ;  Tozzi later recorded and performed King's translated version of "Gloria". In , the song was brought up to date with a set of new house mixes by Alex Gaudino and Jason Rooney. Tozzi's original version of "Gloria" was a soundtrack selection for two distinct films in , The Wolf of Wall Street  and Gloria. In the original lyrics, Tozzi, who takes the role of the song's main character, tells that he is dreaming about an imaginary woman named Gloria. He describes his living days as misery, but when he dreams of Gloria, he says his nights are liberty.