Il Capuccino is a traditional Italian restaurant, right down to the raffia-covered Chianti bottles hanging from the rafters. It has little nooks and corners, one small room leading to another, soft lighting, and a menu with the old favorites. If it didn’t invent garlic knots, it certainly brought them to the East End. The menu has the usual, along with calamari fra diavolo, and salads with a favorite house dressing. The wine list is mainly Italian, classified by region and reasonably priced.