Even though their eatery isn’t housed within a library, the cooks at Chuck’s Restaurant shush on a regular basis. In fact, their loud “shh” has guarded the Bisignano family’s most treasured recipes since 1956. The kitchen staffers speckle each of their signature thin-crust pizza pies with Old-World ingredients such as housemade italian sausage, imported mozzarella, and ripe red tomatoes, transmitting the Bisignanos' rich history of top-secret flavors and culinary craftsmanship. Also known for prepping a nonspherical dish or two, they sizzle up different cuts of steak alongside a mélange of pastas, including spinach ravioli and housemade cavatelli, as bartenders furnish glasses, carafes, and hijacked Stanley Cups with Italian wines. Musicians perform live jazz and blues nightly Thursday–Saturday.