This Riviera-inspired restaurant is a lovely addition to the walkable Water Street district. Indigo velvet upholstery, warm woods, and twinkly chandeliers set a sophisticated tone inside, but when the weather’s nice, the sidewalk seating is hard to resist. Our favorite starter was the spicy three-meat pizza: calabrese salami, prosciutto, and lardo on an excellent wood-fired crust. Bistro classics anchor the menu, joined by a couple of more adventurous dishes. Braised Moroccan beef was a delicious pairing of fork-tender cheek with quinoa pilaf studded with tender stewed prunes, orange zest, herbs, and Macadamia nuts. Redfish marsala came with wood ear mushrooms, sautéed local greens, caramelized onions, and celeriac puree. Overcooked chickpea fries flanked an otherwise tasty bagna cauda–style crudités plate. A good Mediterranean wine list and an 11 to 6 “happy hour” are pluses.