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Bring the family to Manetta's for a traditional Italian feast—no dressing up required. The easygoing dining room has plenty of space to spread out and can accommodate parties of up to 100. Open since 1992 and famed for its brick oven, thin-crust pizza, the trattoria also specializes in fresh fish preparations, homemade pasta, luscious tiramisu and silky cheesecake. It's not slavish to seasons—asparagus, fresh basil and sliced tomatoes make winter appearances—or fads, offering old-time favorites like chicken or veal parmigiana.