In the trendy new Magnolia May quarter of the Near South South, a vintage corner space with high ceilings, minimalist decor, and a global menu emanates buzzy energy. From a rotating selection of 24 options, the sharable plates are the best, starting with the wood-smoked-salmon crostini teased with basil, honey, and dill, followed by Akaushi beef meatballs swathed in tomato sauce with a judicious mozzarella-Parmesan crown. Large-plate pleasure comes in servings of pulled pork sliders topped with tangy apple slaw, as well as an artfully composed bowl of seared rabbit loin resting atop spicy udon noodles. Crafty cocktails and acoustic guitar music make good appetizers on the expansive patio. (10/14)