He lives on Roswell Road (or, at least, he works there). Chef Jamie Adams says he wants his restaurant guests to feel like family. Personally, we don’t have any real family members who make us delicious pasta by hand and know our wine preference by heart, but point us to the adoption papers and we will sign. Watch the video to learn more about this Sandy Springs institution, then go to il Giallo, and order the spaghetti and meatballs. And the caprese. Oh, and the tiramisu.