It's Amicci's own damn fault if it's universally thought of us a one-dish wonder--pane rotundo! pane rotundo! It's hardly genetic coding, just a pile of garlicky jumbo shrimp in a bread bowl, but it's fantastic. Better to think of Amicci's as the rare restaurant that succeeds in doing precisely what it promises, offering a moderately priced, youthful, and casual alternative to its family-oriented and/or fussier Little Italy competitors. A new adjacent bar and lounge is promised for the near future, giving the neighborhood something it amazingly has never really had--a place to hang out.