This straightforward Italian restaurant does a 180 after dinner, turning into an urban-style nightclub disco that rocks the rafters. The open-air dance club gets moving with lounge and dub tracks spun by resident and visiting DJs, as well as live music, from reggae to jazz to rock. Plan to dine before you party; the house's Southern Italian food is good and creative, with a range of pastas (squid-ink taglia nere with sautéed crab; bigoli with Gorgonzola, walnuts, and radicchio) and mains like Sardinian suckling pig and grilled beef served on a bed of arugula.