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Gorgeously appointed with funky chandeliers, mismatched chairs and plenty of well-maintained antiques, Il Buco feels like your Italian great-great-great-grandmother’s house—regardless of whether you have an Italian granny or not. Created in 1994, the restaurant serves up everything from slow-roasted pig to house-made pasta stuffed with goat cheese, spinach and pine nuts, compliments of chef Ignacio Mattos. The seasonal menu changes daily.