Agostino's Italian Restaurant
A great place to get served some toasted ravioli and a plate of parmagiana. Agostino's has a good separation of church and state, with a formal dining room below, and a cozy bar above.
Theo's deserves your attention and respect. It has held down the fort at the corner of North Main and Rutledge for decades as the second-home of many a Wilson kid. It is the quintessential town sub shop. Old school orange bench tables, old school register (last time I was there), coin-operated candy machine (last time I was there).
Wraps, parm subs, steak bombs, cheeseburgers, caesar salads, and cheap slices are what make Theo's Theo's.
Theo's is a family affair. Theo opened up the joint years ago. Then, the son took it over. Plus, a ton of family work there. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Protip: Before going to Theo's, check the Natick Public School calendar for release days.
You pretty much have to.