EVANSTON Ill. Lucia Mazzocchetti receives many compliments for her Italian restaurant in Evanston, Ill. But when her 7-year-old daughter began eating her vegetables at Trattoria DOC, she deemed the business a success. The restaurant, which opened in April 2006, offers high-quality food at affordable prices. The chefs primarily cook with olive oil and religiously use DeCecco pasta, which is imported from Italy. And they especially pride themselves in their genuine thin-crust ...
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