Ginocchio inhabits a building rich in history, a renovated 1896 hotel, so an elegant Victorian vibe and careful, engaging service come as no surprise. Hipsters and those having legal business in the nearby courthouse gather in the bar, dining on tuna crostini and roasted Louisiana oysters topped with a cilantro-jalapeño-garlic pesto. Carnivores will love the filet mignon, pescaterians the seafood fettuccine, and vegans the black-bean fritters in a tangy tomato sauce.
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The building is rich in history, with food to match.