Roman Village is across from a strip mall and a Ford factory, and the building itself come across a little cheesy. However, its menu has an impressive variety of rich dishes, both traditional and "invented." The bread that comes with your meal could be served as a course of its own - it has a buttery crust and springy inside that makes it almost like the base of a deep-dish pizza. My first litmus test for Italian authenticity is to even have gnocchi on the menu, and it was quite good.
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