Bracco had something of an instant education for me: "I think legs on a girl are always empowering. Come on!"
At 25, Sigler is the youngest of the actresses, and her character, Meadow, is the young ingenue of the show. But even her character knows how to vie for power and work Tony.
"We all knew how to manipulate him," Sigler said. "He was a very simple character to us in that sense, that he was very easy to manipulate."
The most powerful woman in "The Sopranos" was not with us at Fiamma: Livia, Tony's mother.
That character died along with actress Nancy Marchand after Season 2, but Tony's relationship with his mother is, in a way, the basis for the whole show.
"It's all about the mother," Bracco said.
"Oh yes. It is," Falco agreed.
She tried to control him. He tried to put her in a home. She tried to kill him. Ultimately, it drove him to therapy.
The women of "The Sopranos" have not been spared the one aspect that has made the show so controversial: violence, graphic violence. Still, these women defend its use.
"We're not kidding around," Falco said. "It's this really, genuinely bad stuff that they do to other people -- illegal, bad, violent death things that in seeing them in your face, you have no choice but to experience the true badness of it."
In Season 3, Melfi is the victim of a rape.
"The whole Dr. Melfi rape episode … was absolutely horrifying," Bracco said.
"Despicable violence against another person, but meanwhile when you look at the statistics of women being raped in this, just to, this, it's hundreds and hundreds of thousands of women and young girls and women being raped every year. It's unbelievable, the violence against another human being. And it's, we, we just, God forbid we should really look at it for what it is," she said.
It is just one of the aspects of the show some people will miss as it wraps up its last season.
In the hour or so at the restaurant, try as I might, I could not get the three women to tell me how the show would end.
But I did get one tidbit from Sigler. Could her goody-two-shoes character go the way of another famed goody-two-shoes-gone godfather Michael Corleone?
"I think so," she said. "I think so because her family does come first. She's capable of it. She's strong, but if she's anything like you know, her family and like Livia. … You know, she could definitely manipulate and handle these guys."
So is there a chance for a spinoff: "Meadow Soprano!!! Boss!!!"
"I love it. I love it!" Sigler said.