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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Linguini & Bob Restaurant Review: The black sheep of D'Amico empire (if that's possible) but only because it's a one-off concept that isn't as expandable as Campiello and D'Amico & Sons. Unfortunately saddled with a name that is meant to be playful but only seems strange, Linguini & Bob offers up competent Italian fare in a crisp Warehouse District setting. Ever server wears a white shirt with the name Bob on it, and when prompted as to why they tend to say don't ask. But even if the concept isn't readily marketable, we keep coming back to Linguini & Bob for the food and the martini list, which is one of the best in town. Basics like the fried calamari with lemon aïoli are well-executed, while on a good night more inventive dishes such as the ravioli with spaghetti squash with smoked tomato-onion sauce can rise to the level of D'Amico Cucina. For dessert ordering Leah's chocolate cake is not just a good idea, it's an obligation.