You'll not find the same quality of regional Italian cucina in this cute little den of a restaurant as you would at some of the city's more serious joints, but that's not to say that Il Baccaro on Meetinghouse Square is a dud. Far from it, in fact. This is a genuinely cheap, cheerful and fun spot before a night on the town, and as long as you're not expecting miracles, the food is perfectly nice. Bruschetta, crostini, bresaola and all the other usual suspects are to be found among the starters, pastas, polentas and cutlets among the mains. Wicker-clad chianti bottles, exposed brickwork, the odd mural and sunny tiles set the scene.