Trabocco Kitchen and Cocktails—the spacious Italian eatery in South Shore semi-cordoned off from the outside world—has the right stuff to break out of Alameda’s charming geo-cultural citadel. The charisma begins with design and continues through the cuisine of personable chef Giuseppe Naccarelli, who hails from Italy’s Abruzzo region and spent 19 years with Il Fornaio. The menu offers seven sections: antipasti, stuzzichini (small-plate starters), insalate, pizze, pasta e risotto, pesce (fish), carne e pollame (meat and poultry), and contorni (sides), with nearly 40 dishes in all. Two people could mix and match their way through a score of meals—house-made pastas, roasted rabbit, braised oxtail ravioli, gnocchi, roasted saltcod atop polenta, seafood stew, and pizza, by way of example—and never repeat themselves. Trabocco makes a compelling high-end reasons to venture to the southern terminus of Park Street. Serves dinner daily.