This article, written by Arthur Bovino, appears on The Daily Meal.
Checkered tablecloths may be a thing of the past, but Americans’ obsession with the cuisine that used to be served on them certainly isn’t.
“A bottle of red, a bottle of white. It all depends upon your appetite,” someone famous once crooned sometime, somewhere on the radio during more than seven minutes of piano-filled airtime. “I’ll meet you any time you want in our Italian restaurant.”
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