Way back when, Italian food in America meant one thing: red sauce. Often with meatballs and spaghetti, maybe with penne, baked ziti and lasagna. Think: anything they'd serve at The Godfather's table, and much later, muttered from Tony Soprano's veal parm-filled mouth. Whether it's red-sauce, East Coast or old-school Italian to you, there's a lot of it around Los Angeles, some stalwarts held over from the Rat Pack era and others trying to recapture it. Check out the slide show to see below, and let us know where you get your red-sauce fix around LA. Mangia!