There are times when it's best to change up, especially if you're pitching to Peter on Canada with no outs, Albert on deck, and you're using Mario from Italy, who's like barely a Skill 2. Changing up the concept for their big league second resto, the dudes behind Ember. From the guys responsible for Harwich Port's uber- successful The Port, Ember has eschewed its comfort seafood style for coal fired pizza in the former Bank St Grille space, revamped with dark wood floors, high backed round leather booths, a stone/wood/granite bar, and a massive outdoor fire pit also made of stone, but thankfully not sticks and stones, since those things may break ones bones, even if they're impervious to names. Za' highlights include meaty options like the Philly Steak (shaved sirloin, red onions, banana peppers), Bacon and Egg (plus jalapenos, tomato, mozz) and the meatball/sausage/bacon/pepperoni Meat Lovers, which is much less awkward than the "Meet Lovers" on Craigslist, which, in turn, is much less awkward than the "Meet Meat Lovers". More eclectic offerings include Blueberry Prosciutto (wild blueberry puree, goat cheese, prosciutto), Andouille & Apple, and an asparagus abetted Scallop and Bacon; they've also got wings in six styles, and apps like gorgonzola garlic bread, and scallops that're prosciutto wrapped, even though most critics preferred prosciutto's R&B days. And if that's not enough, they're rockin' a full range of salads, cupcakes for dessert, and a solid list of 12 bottled and 17 beers on draft, also what the Red Sox should consider doing to Peter, if they can't snag Wang from Chinese Taipei.