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Bauer's latest stop on his tour of old-school restaurants is Tomasso's, where the wood-fired pies were some of the nation's first. "Is it the best? No, but it has a nostalgic appeal," he writes, though the only other food-related praise he can summon is deeming the Caesar salad "well-prepared" and the cacciatore "respectable." It's all about atmosphere here: "Tomasso's has a lot to's clear the family and the no-nonsense waiters are committed to keeping the tradition alive." [Inside Scoop]