This Italian restaurant, opened by Judd Grisanti in 2007, is one of the cornerstones of the South Main arts district, where still-abandoned brick warehouses are scattered among art galleries and restaurants. The classic interior (brick walls, wooden chairs, white linens) and basic menu (wood-fired steaks, seared fish, fresh pasta dishes) make it a safe option for dinner, particularly if your party includes less-adventurous eaters. The Tuscan Butter—melty mascarpone and goat cheese served with toasted, warm garlic bread—is a must.