Pammy’s is an Italian restaurant with a wood-burning fireplace, a statue behind the bar that looks like it was plucked out of the Adriatic, and gorgeous flower arrangements on the tables and hanging from the ceiling. We’re telling you about this stuff now so that when you get in there, you won’t be too distracted to appreciate how good the food is. Definitely start with the black bass crudo with pesto, and go for the bucatini, which has a chili-pistachio mix you probably don’t see a lot.
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