It offers traditional Italian dishes, but many have a fresh take. For example, its piccata uses swordfish in place of grouper. The cocktail list is inventive, using unusual flavors like rhubarb bitters and hibiscus in its prosecco spritzer.
1) Make a reservation. It’s small, holding only 15 tables. The community table and bar are available on first-come, first-served basis.
2) The restaurant is loud. Go with people who don’t mind that you’re shouting.