Upscale, authentic Italian (no Olive Garden–type fare here) with romantically low lights, fireplaces, gleaming wood, and attentive service—that about sums up the appeal of Quattro. The menu features savory starters like beef tenderloin carpaccio, as well as lamb, veal and seafood entrees. The specialty of the house is pasta, including the decadent ravioli rocca gorga , stuffed with ricotta and smoked pork cheek. Really hungry? Try one of the "sharing platters" that feature five different pastas.