Having last eaten at Buon Giorno in Bethesda 25 years ago, tried it again the other day. Clientele was local regulars, mostly old-timers. Quiet romantic ambience of the 1950s and homemade food. Their pasta specialty trenette all'antica and veal dishes were pretty good. Though not as good and overpriced compared to say Il Pizzico, which I believe is the best Italian deal in the area.
But Spanish waiters in an Italian restuarant?