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Petes pleases palates with a menu of Italian pasta, pizza, and meat plates. Meals kick off with antipasto Della Nonna, which invites dining parties to share bites of fresh buffalo mozzarella, olives, and artichoke hearts drizzled—like Italian princes—in balsamic vinaigrette ($8.99). In the kitchen, potato dumplings sauté in the gnocchi's homemade meat sauce ($14.99), and fresh lasagna sheets seal in layers of ricotta and ground beef ($13.99). Meanwhile, hands cast off forks to peel pieces from a stromboli calzone ($10.99) and rearrange slices from a 16-inch pepperoni-and-sausage deluxe pizza into cubist self portraits ($16.99).