Across from the depressing El train track in Evanston sits the relatively humble store-front of the Campagnola restaurant. The interior is comforting and spacious, but the menu is surprisingly interesting for this part of Evanston (the south). Beyond the usual assortment of handmade pastas, you can also get more hearty fares such as rack of lamb and grilled whole-fish. The wine list is reasonable and the wait staff is friendly. A dinner there, however, is likely to set you back around 20 dollars.