A little bit fancy
This three-level Japanese restaurant has a funky sushi bar and restaurant on the first two floors, with an intimate 12-seat room serving a kaiseki menu upstairs. Wherever you choose to dine, you’ll love the experience.
For top-quality Italian fare that mostly steers away from pasta classics, you can’t beat this contemporary bistro. Order mushroom croquettes, grilled octopus with ’nduja (spicy, spreadable salami) and duck with radicchio and toasted hazelnuts.