What’s in a name? Lovely Juliet is the long-awaited descendant of Romeo’s, which served up plates of solid Italian-American food in this location for years. Although the space, with its comfortably chic patio and mid-century-style furniture, offers a fresh update of the physical surroundings, clumsy service and underwhelming food kept our enthusiasm at bay. That’s not to say that the airy soppressata-and-Asiago-topped pizza and the mushroom ragù over creamy white polenta didn’t sate. They did. But the affected olive oil tasting and the one-dimensional bucatini alla amatriciana didn’t deliver.