For more than two decades, this Addison restaurant has been getting saucy (and romantic) with its brand of moderately upscale Italian cuisine. Begin the meal with a plate of bruschetta and move on to Conghiglie al Forno (clams baked with herbs, pecorino and garlic butter) before digging in to any number of pasta, veal or chicken dishes. Some options, like the Capellini Basilico (angel hair pasta with fresh tomato sauce and basil) are light. Others, like Tortellini Bolognese, are substantial. Signature items include many dishes involving the restaurant's name, among them Sole Andiamo and Veal Andiamo. After eating all that and ordering from the healthy wine list, it's doubtful anyone will be able to go anywhere, even if Andiamo means "let's go" in Italian.