The menu of wood-fired pizzas, pastas, risottos, fresh local seafood, and artfully prepared “creative island cuisine” such as mango-glazed chicken is much the same as at the original Kawaihae location, and that’s a good thing. Even better: The airy dining room in a restored 1912 building, with black-and-white tile floors and huge glass windows overlooking picturesque downtown Hilo. Service is attentive and swift, especially by island standards, but don’t shy away from the two counters with high-backed chairs if tables are full.