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D'Amico & Sons Restaurant Review: These friendly Italian eateries are the little brothers so-to-speak of the more expensive and elegant D'Amico Cucina. The D'Amico's have discounted the price, without reducing the quality. Bread and desserts are baked every day, and the pasta, pizzas and salads are startling fresh. One bite into their artichoke hearts marinated with red onion, red bell peppers, olive oil and their signature pink Champagne vinegar and you'll find yourself wishing other restaurants would stop by and take a lesson in making a simple dish sing. Focaccia sandwiches come wrapped in butcher's paper and stuffed with roast beef, smoked turkey or grilled vegetables, while pizzas and pastas come with standard toppings such as sun-dried tomatoes and kalamata olives. D'Amico & Sons also offers take-out, but be warned, once you're hooked on the chocolate Mascarpone torte might not visit the grocery store for weeks.