Casual and inexpensive, Amicci's doesn't create a lot of buzz but it sure satisfies its pasta-loving diners. Traditionalists will delight in the tender pasta (made down the street at Casa di Pasta) with classic marinara, bolognese, or fra diavolo. Seafood lovers and vegetarians have plenty of choices on the dinner menu, which is always available. Meatball and veal entrees have recently been added to the menu. Servings are huge—if you aren't a big eater, it's OK to split an entree. (Who wants to take leftovers to a hotel room?) Amicci's signature pane rotundo is a round loaf filled with shrimp scampi and available at lunch (Mon–Fri 11am–3pm) and dinner. Desserts are housemade and children have their own menu. The wine list categorizes its selections by price: from a $6 glass to bottles ranging from $20 to $35. The restaurant fills a half-dozen small rooms, with one dedicated to the bar. The room overlooking High Street is charming with beadboard wainscoting and shiny granite top tables.