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Angelo's Civita Farnese Restaurant Review: Nestled amidst the bustling butcher shops, pasta stores and bakeries of Federal Hill, this spot stands out as the quintessential Italian eatery in Providence's quintessential Italian neighborhood. Guests share the tables: everyone sups together. Sure, the dining room was renovated and a lounge area installed, but there's still an utter lack of pretense. Angelo's is all about the food, not impressing a date or business partner. On the menu are Southern Italian staples such as red-sauce pastas, veal Parmigiano, pasta e fagioli and house specialties like braciola and the veal and peppers, each better-priced than the last. If you've spent more than $25 on dinner, you've probably eaten way, way too much, and it’s easy enough to spend less than $10 and walk away satisfied.