Even die-hard midtowners who loved the classic Sicilian-American cuisine created by Kathy Fiorello for her son Carlo Cammisano's restaurant, the Copa Room, weren't thrilled with its location: an aging building (with limited parking) at 34th Street and Broadway. But when Carlo and his wife, Lenae, packed up the restaurant and moved to bigger quarters in a Lenexa strip mall, the howling started: How could they move so far away? Well, the Cammisanos make it worth the trip. The food actually tastes better in the new place, even though Fiorello's menu is pretty much the same: the kind of dishes that the Copacabana gang of the 1950s — Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett — loved. Fried meatballs, big mounds of pasta smothered in sauce, a terrific spumoni cake. There's live entertainment, too – and, baby, that's amore.