Rovali’s rather eclectic list ranges from Blue Moon Belgian-style beer to Neuschwanstein Castle Riesling Qualitatswein. That Riesling, by the way, really rocks with Rovali’s creamy Tortora: Fettuccini Alfredo made with Romano and Parmesan cheese, cream and a hint of garlic. Among the specialties at Rovali’s, where the service is ultra-friendly, is Casoria: slices of eggplant tossed in Rovali’s herb breading and baked in a mélange of mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses and fresh mushrooms, then smothered in the restaurant’s home-style meat or vegetarian (i.e., marinara) sauce, with a generous helping of al dente spaghetti alongside. Pizzas at Rovali’s are all hand-tossed, with a rustic, hearty crust that chars on the edges in the oven beautifully. The meatball and chicken Parmesan sandwiches are large and mouth-watering, as is Rovali’s Imperiale sandwich: thin slices of spicy pastrami, cotto salami, mortadella, aged provolone, lettuce, paper-thin red onion slices, tomato and a zingy Italian oil-vinegar-herb dressing. Have it your way: hot or cold.