Paul Manno's

The strip-mall exterior conceals a nice dining room featuring white linen, an eclectic art collection that includes a van Gogh-inspired Sinatra portrait and a shrine to Italian-American pop culture. Paul Manno grew up in the Italian-restaurant biz, and he turns out a very good collection of pastas, veal, seafood and the like, along with seasonal specials such as a quintessential caprese con mozzarella di bufala.

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The strip-mall exterior conceals a nice dining room featuring white linen, an eclectic art collection that includes a van Gogh-inspired Sinatra portrait and a shrine to Italian-American pop culture. Paul Manno grew up in the Italian-restaurant biz, and he turns out a very good collection of pastas, veal, seafood and the like, along with seasonal specials such as a quintessential caprese con mozzarella di bufala.

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