With tiled floors and round banquettes, plus classic Italian food, Fachini’s feels like it’s been around forever. (It hasn’t.) You could just come here for a bit of nostalgia, but it’s the pasta that’ll make you want to come back. The classics on the menu are all great, but the 100-layer lasagna and fried angel hair cacciatore should also be on your table, along with a side of the meatballs. If you’re only in town for one meal, it should be here - just make sure you make a reservation as far in advance as you’d book a flight because they fill up quickly.
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