You know those Italian places you see in the movies? Those charming neighborhood joints where the walls are lined with empty bottles of wine (most of them bearing messages of thanks from customers past) and the room has a constant candlelit glow? The kind where the menu isn’t a revelation, but the big portions of food are hearty and delicious? Where herbaceous spinach lasagna and savory eggplant parmigiana pull in regulars who’ve been coming “for years”? Yeah, this place is exactly like that.