Gennaro’s is a restaurant, sure: This Italian spot has been slinging red-sauced pasta and pizza for more than sixty years. But it truly shines as a superlative neighborhood bar. As in feng shui or a Radiohead song, everything is in its right place. The crimson stools dot the checkered floors as inebriated locals take in cover bands, half-heartedly participate in trivia night or adjourn to the back patio for a smoke. There are windows that face Broadway, but you hardly notice them: All the action at Gennaro’s is happening inside.