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With its floor-to-ceiling windows, black-and-white checkered tile floor and charming furniture that could have been plucked from a local stoop sale, this Italian joint has grown a devoted following since opening its doors in 2008. In addition to the homey atmosphere, loyalists come for the rustic, old-country food, including sautéed sausage, chicken cutlets, monkfish and delicious grilled pizzas.