The Short Order
Housed in the former home of Café Café, Infierno is open for dinner and late-night snacking, at hours when most other restaurants in town are closed. The interior has a distinctively urban feel, and this is a good place to go for a drink and some conversation, but be prepared for uneven results when your food arrives. The waiters and kitchen staff seem eager to please, so there’s reason to believe that this place will achieve more consistency as the months go by. Recommended: spinach and artichoke dip, “smoki macaroni,” and meatball hoagie.