This Dallas transplant occupies a spacious site in the heart of the Galleria. We started nicely with focaccia served with whipped ricotta, olive oil, and roasted garlic, as well as a hefty chopped salad with salami, provolone, olives, and piquillo peppers (more than enough for two). Both pastas came off well, a classic cacio e pepe and a huge Bolognese that featured a pile of mafaldine pasta and a ragù of beef, lamb, and pork. A perfectly juicy roasted chicken served over warm panzanella outclassed a salmon filet (proclaimed to be wild but tasting tame) topped with a salty pesto that failed to add interest. For a quieter experience, choose one of the booths toward the back of the restaurant.