Classic. The restaurant—which takes its name from famed Italian singer Antonio Scotti—has been serving traditional cuisine, such as osso buco and cannoli, since 1912. Don't expect this place to provide a visual treat of upscale décor; the dining room looks like nothing has been changed in fifty years. It is, however, a good place for a hearty dish of excellent veal and pasta, accompanied by a glass of Chianti.
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