If there was ever a casting call for "Hospitality Emissary", the colorful and eccentric Chef Billy Tse would be the restaurant equivalent of De Niro/Pacino. Ironically, his restaurant is a landmark and neighborhood favorite in Boston’s Italian North End. Adding to the culinary juxtapositions, Billy guides us to his new "go to", Row 34 in the Fort Point Channel, for some fried shishito peppers and Sea Bass "Head and Tail" (which is a head so big, it comes out eyeballing you from the platter – simultaneously tasty and creepy). The house-made bucatini with shrimp, tomato & basil is uncomplicated and bewilderingly remarkable. Venturing outside Little Italy for an oyster bar with Asian peppers, fish face, and Italian pasta makes sense, right?