So you overdid it last night, and you're craving some spicy grease. Instead of seeking the same old Tex-Mex cure, drag your queasy stomach, throbbing head and fuzzy tongue over to Romano's Italian Restaurant (1528 West Gray, 713-526-1182) for a serious dish of spaghetti marinara ($8.50). After delivering your side salad and buttery garlic bread, the saviors at Romano's will bestow upon you a fresh mound of al dente noodles, smothered in tomato sauce spiked with big slices of garlic, thin strips of basil and a generous dose of curative red pepper flakes. But the real medicine here is the shameless amount of olive oil binding it all together. The restorative balm will help you reclaim your will to live.