Roberto Paciullo's Salerno-centric Italian restaurant. A relative newcomer, Roberto has had the restaurant off Arthur Avenue for about ten years, and has no plans to leave the neighborhood, which he likens to a small town in Italy. In the late 1960’s, when he was 17, his mother's brother brought him to the United States to live. Roberto explains how his immigration occurred in an offhand manner: "I was the black sheep of my family, right in the middle of five younger and five older siblings. My mother, she was born here in the USA and that's why I could come right over. My uncle, he used to come to eat at my house. And you know, when you have a tight with ten puppies there’s always one puppy on top of everybody else. You say, 'Oh, we'll take that one', that's what happened to me."
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