Dinner that same night was exceptional at Da Salvo, where we feasted on fresh oysters, fish and prawns that were grilled for us. Ramsey and I sipped on the house wine while we all enjoyed our seafood bounty. For dessert, we were gifted humongous cold watermelon slices on the house. This restaurant is al fresco, and it seemed to have been connected or at least next door to the babbaluci spot.
Afterwards, we strolled down the street and discovered Santa Maria della Pietà. This location is a Sicilian Baroque Catholic Church painted in the most beautiful variation of lavender blue that you may ever see. The ceiling is painted in vivid frescos that drip down onto the walls, depicting people in robes standing on pink clouds. The church is filled with hand painted brass statuettes, and the smell of myrrh incense is an unforgettable touch.