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Under the delicious direction of head chef James Campagnolo, both of these family-style restaurants serve up a variety of traditional Italian dishes, crafted with fresh, daily-delivered ingredients. Warm up mouth muscles with appetizers such as garlicy, white-wine simmered zuppa di mussels ($8.50 for a half order), or get a taste of tradition with stuffed artichokes, crafted using the chef's grandmother's secret stuffing recipe ($8.95). Main meals range from classic stuffed shells ($12.95 for half order, $21.95 for full) to the chicken Campagnolo, a meaty medley of boneless chicken, italian sausage, and roasted potatoes ($19.95?$36.95), and frutti di mare, featuring fruits of the ocean such as mussels, clams, shrimp, and sea pluots, served on a bed of saucy linguini ($17.95?$33.95). Sandwiches ($6.95?$10.95) and calzones ($5.95) fill out the lighter lunch selection, while gourmet pizzas will sate any savory slice savant, or proponent of anti-square meals.