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Rigazzi's Restaurant Review: There are so many specialties (not to mention the dozens of “regular” dishes) that it’s tempting to order a fishbowl-size beer and wait for the statue of Al Capone to offer an opinion on where to start. Rigazzi’s has that kind of character. Given the magnitude of the drinks, it’s not surprising that portions of food are big as well. Expect hearty fare like pasta tutto mare, chicken Marsala, stuffed cannelloni and baked ravioli. St. Louis-style pizza crusts may be thin but they bear up well under hefty toppings like those on Da Bomb: hamburger, sausage, bacon, onion and Sicilian jumbo green olives. If you can squeeze in another bite, opt for an Italian dessert like gelato or tiramisu. Wine also is available (but not in a fishbowl).