Though the bits of artichoke leaves in the antipasto came off a bit too crisp and the Insalata Bianca tasted bland, the remainder of our meal at this upscale yet cozy spot pleased our foursome. A shaved celery salad with beets and pecorino sported a lacy rim of dill around the edges—perfect! No fault either with the agnolotti, stuffed with a mixture of veal, pork, and beef and rich with butter and sage, or the plump, pillow-like raviolo with ricotta, egg, and Parmigiano-Reggiano. Then there’s the tender, juicy chianti-braised short ribs resting on cacio e pepe polenta, a dish we lovingly dub “heart attack in a bowl” yet still order it. Expect a fine (and pricy) selection of Italian wines, attentive servers, and a warm inviting setting in an old house. Chalkboard specials are offered, but we still wish for some updating of the menu.