This lively spot just off the plaza is one of the few good non-hotel options in Aguas Calientes. With its pitched ceiling, couches and terrace for lounging, and a roaring fire, not to mention a craft beer list and original cocktails, sometimes it’s the only restaurant full as the night wears on. The menu has gone through several phases in recent years, the latest being Italian, which seems like it might stick. There are more than a dozen wood-fired pizzas, house-made pastas, and a few fusion dishes like grilled alpaca tenderloin in a balsamic vinegar sauce.