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Heading into its 35th year, this go-to Astoria, Queens, destination has built its legacy on delectable homemade pastas and superior wine selection. Focusing on the Northern parts of Italy, Piccola Venezia also incorporates that region’s affection for game and seafood, with standouts like osso buco-stuffed tortelloni and mussels steamed in red or white broth. As is often the case with legendary local favorites, it may be wise to go with the tasting menu, or else leave yourself in the able hands of the wise and helpful staff.