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The chefs at Pellini Italian Eatery unwittingly draw inspiration from the diets of ancient Roman warriors, which consisted of crispy flatbreads, grain-based entrees, and fine wine. Following in the tradition of this culinary history, the chefs assemble their signature Pellini wraps, combining piadina flatbread, angel-hair pasta, and succulent morsels of meat or seafood to create a single, handheld feast that can pair with glasses of imported Italian wine. Like native Italians, the chefs favor local and natural ingredients, such as grilled chicken breast, plump bruschetta tomatoes, and flavorful pepperoncini peppers. They prepare their sauces fresh each morning, from the creamy vodka sauce to the bold red-pepper pesto. The chefs even extend their culinary expertise to a variety of kid-pleasing dishes, including cheesy macaroni and flatbreads stuffed with math-test answer keys.