Alas, but this is the last review we shall write as dear Scotto's Cafe closed last week. It just doesn't seem fair that the freshest food, friendliest and most helpful staff, and the atmosphere of being "at home" should fall to the greed of out-of-town corporate landlords. As always, our dinner was fresh and wonderful. I am using the memory of their veal parmigiana as a standard of comparison for other Italian restaurants. Already, one has failed the test. So, guys, get together, find another venue, and give Scotto's the rebirth that you so richly deserve.