|Since 1968, this old-school Italian restaurant holds multiple name puns for the neighborhood. It's covered in old wallpaper and wall-hangings. It also has the layout of a large, old Victorian, with several rooms/seating areas designed more for living than serving. There is a bar in front and back, with the one in front employing a single-group UNIC Pony Espresso. They pull shots of Farmer Brothers Coffee filled high in Caffe Vergnano 1882 logo cups - the likes we haven't seen outside of Piemonte, Italy. The crema is rather pale and has a modest thickness. Poured high, it's a touch watery with a basic flavor of spice and pepper. There are worse espresso shots at old school Italian restaurants, but this isn't exactly much good either.