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Amiccis turns 22, turns back menu prices

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Amiccis turns 22 on Wednesday. To celebrate, the Little Italy restaurant is turning back the prices on its menu all month long.

Through Jan. 31, Amiccis will offer more than a dozen entrees for $7.99, $8.99 and $9.99. We're talking things like eggplant Parmesan, fettuccine Alfredo with chicken and linguine with clam sauce. Diners can add a salad and soft drink for $3 more or a salad and glass of wine for $5 more.

Scott Panian and Roland Keh opened Amiccis on Jan. 2, 1991, in what was part of the old Roma restaurant. Amiccis was, from the start, a casual, come-as-you-are alternative to the dressier restaurants on High Street. In the intervening years, Amiccis has annexed neighboring properties, added dining rooms and a full-time bar. Seating capacity has expanded from 25 to 300.

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