You want pizza, pasta, bread, and lots o’ cheese? Then this is your place. Named for the street address of its original New York City location, this little slice of Italy tucked into Highland Village is a crowd pleaser for its affordable menu of southern Italian classics. Our beef carpaccio was spot-on, piled with fresh arugula, shavings of Parmesan, and lots of lemon. We enjoyed it on the pint-size patio while sipping a vodka martini with lime and muddled basil leaf, just one of many creative Italian-esque cocktails. One showstopper pasta, creamy cacio e pepe, is tossed and served table-side in a hollow cheese wheel. A special of seafood pasta marinara was good, but its squid ink noodles proved a tad tough. Two thumbs up for the crisp wood-fired pizzas—we would return just for the light prosciutto pie with mozzarella, arugula, and Parmesan.