Savio Volpe, takes Italian food back to basics in the best way possible, with strictly house-made pasta dishes like potato gnocchi with gorgonzola and whole wheat orecchiette, plus, a small but mighty mains offering (we’ve heard amazing things about the meatballs). This spot doesn’t try too hard—there are no cocktails available, the wines are Italian only, the coffee is good, and the gelato is hand-made in small batches to delicious results. The space is all wood—tables, chairs, and walls, with red-tile floors and an open kitchen that’s best enjoyed from the bar.

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