Opened in 2017 by experienced wine bar owners, this place majors in reasonably priced, refined dining. Traditional flavors dominate, although combinations are just as often modern, in such dishes as a poached egg “affogato,” floating in a pecorino cheese cream with wild mushrooms. Portions are not large, so cut loose and order three courses. There’s also no wine list; an English-speaking waiter leads you to a chiller stocked with boutique labels—strong on Tuscan as well as Langhe/Piedmont reds. The dining room itself is elegant and refined, with slate floor, stripped brick, and soft jazz: This is the place for a special occasion or romantic meal that won’t bust your budget.