This modern trattoria anchors the ground floor of the historic building that houses the new Harper Hotel. Steamed clams in a spicy ’nduja broth begged unmannerly dredging with toasty sourdough planks, as did the intriguing tomato-cucumber puree surrounding roasted New Zealand salmon. All pasta cravings were sated by the shallow bowl of bucatini all’amatriciana, wherein the fresh tomato sauce gained intensity from dried chiles and cured pork jowl. Grab a nightcap in the penthouse bar, Refinery 714, with its stunning views of downtown and beyond.