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The pie-eyed chefs at Olyvia's Italian Eatery toss up more than 25 gourmet, Sicilian-style pizzas on a menu of classic Italian dishes. Four-spice white pizzas provide a gooey canvas for pungent oregano, garlic, rosemary, and bright basil ($15.99), whereas the Paradiso envelops grilled chicken breast, bacon, and mushrooms in creamy alfredo sauce atop a pillowy crust ($16.99). On the hunt for baby clams in a bowl of linguine, forks dive through glassy white wine sauce or pull on tiny headlamps to navigate through chunky tomato sauce ($14.99). Monday–Saturday, the kitchen dreams up themed dinners, such as prime rib glazed in Scotch sauce with green beans ($14.95), to augment a roster of Old World favorites that include veal marsala ($16.99). A fieldstone farmhouse shelters the eatery, where vinyl banquettes gather beneath the venerable structure's windows to gather light to grow.