Totino's Italian Kitchen—open since 1951 in general, and for the last couple of months in its new Mounds View location—is the kind of place that can start a fight when it's mentioned. Love it? You're probably a fan of what you'll call a traditional approach to Italian food: lots of red sauce, an emphasis on meatballs and spaghetti and garlic bread—essentially unreconstructed Midwestern Italian-American food from the 1960s. Hate it? You'll probably pan the lack of imagination, the bland flavors, the weirdly retro and monotonous approach to a cuisine that, in the old country, has more ins and outs than the New York... More >>>