We may say tomato or tomahtoe, but in Italy, they say pomodoro. But there's much more than the use of fresh tomatoes to recommend this place to the locals who find their way off the beaten culinary path. It starts with hot, crusty, garlic-glazed rolls, and Caesar salad with a flavorful Romano dressing. From there you have your pick from combinations of classic Italian subs, pastas and sauces, pizzas, and proteins. The same menu applies for both lunch and dinner, but with different pricing. It ranges from standard veal parmigiana and lasagna to gnocchi pomodoro (smothered in fresh tomatoes and basil) and chicken Sinatra (battered and layered with prosciutto, eggplant, roasted peppers, and fresh mozzarella in lemon wine sauce).