I just read the two negative reviews on here of D'Amico's and I had to laugh because these two wet dishrags clearly don't know what to expect from Pittsburgh's Little Italy. This is not the town of pretentious wine lists and putrid concoctions of high-end veggies with long tedious stories of how a recipe was saved and passed down from the old country . This is Pittsburgh where the attention is on comfort and carbohydrates. I love D'Amico's, my fave Italian Restaurant in Bloomfield. The waitstaff is super-friendly and down to earth, and the food delivers everything one could want from rich, delicious Italian food. This is the kind of artery clogging and yet awesome food that my grandmother used to heap on my plate when I would visit. The Angel hair with ricotta, prosciutto and spinach is TO DIE 4. And I love the meatballs and the homemade dressing, especially the very garlicy house Italian. My boss says whenever he is sick he orders D'Amico's spaghetti and meatballs with garlic bread and goes and picks it up to take home. Indeed, when he had back surgery, this is the meal he requested. I don't blame him. In fact, most people I know sight this place as their fave Italian place in the burgh. Some people are happier with something chicer and less authentic, but if you're not uptight and appreciate things for what they are, you will love this place.
Pros: FOOD,SERVICE, COMFORT
Cons: THIS IS NOT ITALIAN NOUVEAU