Italy has provided the world abundant inspiration, both good and bad: for every beautiful Italianate cathedral there's a McMansion with a "portico", and for every Ferrari-inspired pair of sunglasses, there's a Ferrari that's actually your cousin Sal's Fiero. Getting inspired by Italy in a way that's not mostly Bondo: Agiato.
A narrow offshoot of the same-named Manayunk artisanal bakery slinging casual Italian fare 'n vino, Agiato looks like a city-slick rustic farmhouse thanks to thick wooden shelves holding ornate Mediterranean tiles and a rustic communal table surrounded by sturdy wooden chairs, with everything lit up by ornate spheres, which is actually the first compliment anyone's ever given that movie. Munchies include plates of fresh-pulled mozz; pressed sammies on house-made Euro-style breads (e.g. copa, sweet peppers, and dandelion; bresaola, radicchio, and scamorza); soups like a bean and cabbage ribollita; and a salad of apple, soft egg, and escarole, also how to introduce your wife Carol to people in Rome. Covering the wine side are 100+ varieties of souped-up grape juice, including Italian-sourced bottles/glasses like Lechthaler Pinot Grigio, Argillae Orvieto, Cantele Primitivo, and an Araldica-made Barbera you'll definitely want to get your Hannas on.
If you just can't tear yourself away from those wines, you can stick around for desserts like chocolate tortas with hazelnut crema, fruit pazzo with sweet ricotta, and an affogato, aka, what any Italian'll say when asked if their seemingly exotic ride began life as a mid-engined Pontiac.