In the traditionally Italian Ducktown section of Atlantic City, this restaurant serves family-style beef, veal, and seafood dishes. The braciole (rolled veal stuffed with sausage and cheese) is perennially popular, the wine list is extensive, and the kitchen is open late on the weekends. Its brick exterior certainly doesn't impress, but inside is a welcoming, if minimally adorned, dining room that recalls the mom-and-pop eateries that used to be common throughout town. The surrounding neighborhood has seen better days. It's advisable to drive or take a cab.