A simple black and glass facade belies the delicious small plates available at this place. Pass a set of double doors to be greeted by a U-shaped bar, arched ceilings, and romantic dining room, Fitted out with muted green-tiled floors and snug tables, the restrooms are perhaps the most unique feature here—displaying clever illustrations of wine descriptions. Unsurprisingly, natural wines are a serious focus and pair wonderfully with the shareable plates.
Begin with grilled oysters and garlic butter or meatballs atop polenta. Then indulge in the star of the show—house-made pasta, like tagliolini tossed with Maine uni, tomato sauce, and preserved lemon breadcrumbs. A round of semifreddo with olive oil, grilled citrus, and coarse salt nicely finishes the show.