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With a glass of wine and a side of pasta, the dishes at PortoFino Italian Restaurant practically transport diners to the Italian fishing village that gives the eatery its name. Imported bottles of red and white pair with dishes centered on veal, chicken, and seafood, like grilled salmon and shrimp parmigiana. Yet some meals don't even require utensils: chefs slide pizzas into the brick oven, press paninis, and pile hero sandwiches high with eggplant, veal cutlets, or other fillings. The result is authentic food that's easy to eat with your hands.