With your family behind you, you can do almost anything, assuming they're sitting far enough back in the theater that they can't see your hands. For a resto with a more appetizing family backing, Café Rialto, open now. From two Rozzy natives/first-time restaurateurs with an assist from some relatives (uncle built the bar, cousin tends it), CR's a casual 40-seat Italian grubbery/watering hole in the renovated former Square Corner Café space complete with black wood high/low-top tables, a nine seat handmade poplar bar, flatscreens, and a CD jukebox (NOTE: CDs are like DVDs for music; DVDs are like BluRay for the working class). Handheld deliciousness includes a grilled eggplant sammie on multigrain w/ roasted red peppers, feta, and olive tapenade; a mozzarella, mortadella, prosciutto di parma, and salami calzone; and a white pizza topped w/ shrimp, spinach, garlic, and goat cheese that's been hand stretched, despite the lack of hammies. CR also serves a meaty balsamic-drizzled Italian cold cut salad w/ olives, mozzarella and mixed greens; artichoke hearts, broccoli, and tomatoes in a white wine garlic sauce over linguini; and gluten-free pasta smothered with an "unfinished" pesto, which can't believe they're still demanding a 75 percent tip. On the dessert/drink tip, they've got a pineapple or banana dessert pizza w/ chocolate sauce, a handful of wines (Fitch Mtn Cellars Cab, Postale Malbec), and 22 draught/bottle beers including Redbridge, Shock Top Belgian White, and Goose Island Honkers, which you'd totally be able to grab if mom wasn't blowing up your spot, hard.