Onofrio's has been around since 1950. And it looks like the menu has never changed. This moderately priced, informal Italian spot is know for its very good pan pizza, and dishes heavy on the red sauce. Try the seafood salad or the eggplant rollatine. Then, move on to the baked pastas. Onofrio's keeps the manicotti, lasagna, stuffed shells and company in the forefront. For your entree, the choices include chicken Parmigiana and flounder Francese. There are few surprises, and that's the way everybody likes it, too.