This romantically rustic eatery features a non-traditional Mediterranean menu and loads of charm. From the century-old Italian country kitchen theme upstairs to the Iberian-style wine cellar downstairs, this is a prime Brooklyn destination, appreciated for its candlelit ambience. Happily, the food is just as special. The roasted pine nut-crusted rack of lamb, the whole grilled fish, delectable house-made pastas and the 48-ounce rib-eye steak are all menu stars. The extensive wine list features a fabulously wide range of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese varieties, including wines by the glass. This is a very popular venue, and it merits all the superlatives bestowed upon it.