Pasquale's grandson, Anthony Bamonte, who owns the restaurant along with his daughters, says the most popular dish is the pork chop sauteed with hot or sweet vinegar peppers, but linguini with clam sauce and penne with bolognese sauce are favorites, too, while the beef-and-cheese-stuffed agnolotti is a clamored-for special. If you have a hankering for something that's not on the menu, your tuxedo-clad server will likely convince the kitchen to make it for you. Speaking of the crew, they've all been at Bamonte's forever. Recently, when my parents, who had not been there in about 20 years, walked into the restaurant, John, the bartender, took one look at my father and said, "Artie, where ya been?" It's that type of place.