The Scene: Candlelight and soft jazz set the ambience, creating a mood of comfort and familiarity. Walls are adorned with dramatic oil paintings and wacky black-and-white photographs of young men eating pasta. The Food: The menu features a variety of standard pastas and salads, along with a few traditional Italian entrees, all done pretty well. A very good salad combines two handfuls of watercress with shredded radicchio, julienned apples, walnuts and powerful Gorgonzola cheese. Fettuccine with artichokes and Parmesan cheese cream sauce stands out, as does angel hair with sun-dried tomatoes and asparagus. Sausage and polenta is outstanding but rich, with the heat of the sausage balances the intensely acidic balsamic reduction and deliciously creamy polenta (looks like gruel; tastes like heaven). Angelina features a great Sunday brunch with excellent frittatas (Italian omelets), served with chunky home fries.