Every day a different trio of house-made pastas is on offer at this romantic trattoria. One day it’s buckwheat orecchiette smothered in goat ragù, the next it’s pappardelle with zucchini and mint or lamb Bolognese rigatoni, all priced at $10. Located in a narrow, two-story Davenport Village house that looks as if it was decorated by a 27-year-old thrift-store junkie, the trattoria has a casual, convivial ambience. The expansive negroni list is more interesting than the overpriced Italian wines. Service is hit or miss, but the value and quaint setting more than make up the difference.