A big fire roars in this dark little den of delicious, great-value tastes. It’s all wood, moody, and very, very popular. It’s less authentically Italian than Bella Cucina, but it invariably has a great atmosphere. If your budget has taken a beating, this is a great place to fill up on treats like pepperoni pizza, Bolognese with fresh green salad, or homemade soups and crusty bread. It’s a good family stop, too.