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Opened in 1982, Arturo’s is described as one of the few remaining “real deal” Italian restaurants on the Upper East Side. Chef/owner Joseph Napolitano offers his patrons a “no frills” dining experience with a menu of traditional dishes such as veal sorrentino, mozzarella e pomodori and calamari fritti. An extensive list of Italian wines is also available.