The gist: A relaxed Italian restaurant with elegant food, especially the pastas, which you can watch being made in the middle of the dining room.
The food: The ravioli, no matter what fills or tops it, is always a standout. Tall squares of pillowy house focaccia go well with antipasti snacks and wine while you make the tough choice between decadent spaghetti con bottarga or a roasted veal porterhouse with cippolini onions and pancetta-vodka cream.
The cost: Antipasti ranges from $6-$16, entrees $20-$34, and dessert around $8.
How to order: You can order online or call them at 414-312-8968 for curbside pickup.