While the culinary landscape changes almost daily, this family-owned restaurant has remained an enduring force in Cockeysville for 24 years. Nothing is new here, and that’s a good thing. It’s the reason why the place is packed with insiders who are looking for the homey, Northern-Italian classics that made you fall in love with this cuisine as a kid. There’s nothing not to love. The portions are huge. The prices are reasonable. The wine list is big. The tablecloths are white. Our favorite moment? When our server, Ernesto, asked, “Is there anything else I can do for you?” after filling our glasses with Cab and serving two excellent appetizers and plates of chicken marsala and eggplant Parm. At that point, we had everything we could ever want.