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Roberto's Trattoria Restaurant Review: Tucked into the corner of a strip mall, Roberto’s attracts its share of regular customers, mainly a casually dressed, all-ages crowd that keeps things hopping. At lunchtime, deals abound, but the dinner menu veers toward the special-occasion price range. Still, the prices aren’t out of line for the diversity of dishes, from simple pastas to well-crafted fish. The crowd-pleasing traditional Italian menu has many favorites, such as tender veal saltimbocca and linguine alla puttanesca, plus crispy cannoli stuffed with sweet, fluffy ricotta. The wine list includes both house and reserve wines, but customers are welcome to bring their own bottles (there's a $20 corkage fee).