Around since 1983, La Summa is a home away from home for hungry patrons. With its bookshelves filled with family photos and cozy atmosphere, La Summa's food fits its Old World surroundings. The restaurant prides itself on cooking hearty Italian cuisine infused with love and lots of history. The food is mouth-watering and comes at a good price; a couple of appetizers, two entrees, and a bottle of wine comes in at around $60. If you go, try the Bruschetta for an appetizer, the Pasta Fagioli as a soup, and the Pollo Marsala for an entree.