Yes: La Tagliatella is a 130-location chain. But they're all in Europe, so it's cool! (Chains over there smoke and wear cool clothes and stuff.) Actually, the Clarendon location is their second in the US (#1 honors went to Atlanta), and endless soup & breadsticks are skipped in favor of endless Old World charm: chandeliers, several coats of arms, and other efforts to "mimic a Northern Italian home".
The food fits the space, with these two focaccia breads topped (respectively) by goat cheese/ bresaola/ crushed pistachios, and Provoleta / duck ham/ arugula.
The leaning Insalata Torre di Pisa stacks slices of sautéed eggplant, zucchini, tomato, & buffalo mozzarella. Make sure it falls nowhere but directly into your mouth.
This Calabrese with olive oil, solé di Puglia tomatoes, Grana Padano, and toasted pine nuts is just one of the more than 400 pasta possibilities. Try wrapping your noodle around THAT.
Pizza's center-stage here, though, with handmade Napoletano-style pies covered in unusual toppings like foie gras, duck ham, fried eggplant, wine-and-caramelized onion reduction, and even a fresh-cracked egg. And there are 20 pies available, so don't feel chained to any one particular style.