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- Wine is the obvious choice with dinner (try a glass of 2007 Tammellini Soave with fish or vegetable-heavy dishes), but cocktailers get their due with a pared-down list of interesting drinks built around seasonal fruits and artisanal spirits.
- The menu is organized around the traditional courses of "antipasti," "primi" and "secondi," but smaller plates are built for sharing, and a couple of them easily makes a meal.
- The 12-seat Chef's Table puts larger groups right next to the partially open kitchen and within drooling distance of the impressive 8-foot glass and wood display case full of cheeses and housemade salumi.