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Salumi plate, Aperol spritz, lasagna alla Bolognese, and ravioli emiliani
Clockwise from top left: Salumi plate, Aperol spritz, lasagna alla Bolognese, and ravioli emiliani Photo: Jeff Marini

Munno Pizzeria & Bistro

The Italian fantasy feels real as soon as you enter this homey wood-walled café, where the espresso is strong and the pastas are hand-rolled. Owners Nick Russo and Bob Monti work hard to cultivate the romanticized Euro vibe, right down to the coterie of regulars who linger over Sunday evening Aperol spritzes, plates of adorably teensy, perfectly al dente prosciutto-filled ravioli, and the just-authentic-enough Neapolitan-style pies overlaid with a particularly vibrant tomato sauce. Close your eyes and you may be able to convince yourself that you’re overlooking a Venetian canal rather than a dowdy stretch of Clark Street.

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