This family oriented restaurant is tucked away in a narrow alley 2 blocks north of the City of Hamilton’s harborfront. There’s not a single cutting-edge or glamorous thing about it, and that’s just what the loyal regulars like. The decor is straight out of old Naples, with a wood-burning pizza oven (the only one in Hamilton) and clear lacquered tabletops with hundreds of dried pasta noodles below. The attentive waitstaff serves generous portions of well-flavored Italian food. You’ll find more than a dozen kinds of pizza, and the kitchen is happy to create variations for you. Pastas include lasagna and a delicious spaghetti con ceci, with chick pea sauce, shaved parmesan and truffle oil. There are also heartier main courses (like the traditional veal marsala, pounded thin with mushrooms).