This restaurant, inspired by a Tuscan village's 12th-century Gothic abbey with cathedral-like arches and intricate moldings, offers fresh ingredients which go into distinctively exceptional Italian dishes ranging from gourmet pizzas to veal, chicken, fish and steak entrées. Homemade pastas are made daily on premises. I especially enjoyed the rigatoni with spicy sausage and fonduta. Even those not a fan of Brussels sprouts must try a side of them braised with pancetta and honey. Servers are knowledgeable and attentive, so it makes for a special night out. The wine list is extensive, but order a cocktail made with fresh pureed juices and bitters before or after your meal at the large marble bar or sophisticated lounge. Open for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays.