You’ll think you’ve been transported to the Italian countryside when you step inside this upscale Italian restaurant, located 1 block north of the Plaza. Large front windows and a sidewalk patio make this eatery a sunny favorite for lunch. Chef Matt Yohalem sources as many ingredients as possible from local farms, ranches, and dairies, and although the portions aren’t huge, they are tasty. For dinner, try the chicken breast saltimbocca with prosciutto, fontina, and sage; the spaghetti Bolognese with pork, prosciutto, and beef; Mary's organic roast chicken with lemon and rosemary; or the prosciutto-wrapped Idaho trout. Pasta dishes are available in either appetizer or entree sizes. At lunch there are smaller versions of some of the dinner items, and a three-course prix fixe meal with appetizer, entrée, and dessert for $25. The atmosphere here is a suitably Santa Fean mix of formal and casual, with white tablecloths tipping it a bit toward the former. An extensive wine list draws from the seemingly bottomless recesses of the house’s custom wine cave. There’s happy hour daily from 4:30 to 6pm with half-price appetizers and wine specials. Beer and wine are served.