“Pane E Vino” means bread and wine in Italian, making it the perfect name for this restaurant, which focuses on simple and fresh food. Local ingredients are used to make the sauces and pastas (some of which are available gluten free). House specialties include black squid ink pasta with fresh local lobster and the Ragù Napoletano, which is made up of sausage and Kobe beef meatballs in a slow-cooked ragù sauce and topped with a large dollop of creamy ricotta. The rustic Italian dining room is accented with eclectic pottery and candles filling the niche walls. The atmopshere is a perfect blend of relaxed elegance with cloth draped tables and some booths.