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The aromas of homemade pastas and marinara, meat, and creamy alfredo sauces waft from the partially open kitchen of Amici Italian Bistro into the dining area. There, black-linen-topped tables host plates of veal or chicken breasts in marsala, parmesan, or piccata dishes, or new york strip steaks in king- or queen-size cuts. A daily breakfast menu warms plates with italian-roast-beef hash, frittatas, and pancakes.