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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Della Notte Restaurant Review: You can dine with the Roman emperors at Della Notte: owner Ted Julio purchased the marble busts from the defunct Haussner’s. They do look impressive in the main dining area, a round room edged in comfortable banquettes. The food gets better all the time, from the simplest linguine with white clam sauce to the more lavish pan-seared duck breast with risotto to handsomely turned-out veal dishes, like the picatta with capers and lemon-white wine sauce. The crusts on the individual pizzas are crisp and satisfying. An in-house bakery turns out heaps of temptation, from tartufo to tiramisu. And the reserve wine list is notable as well. In its friendly, upscale-casual way, Della Notte is playing a starring role on the edge of Little Italy.