Advertising itself as a purveyor of Italian street food, this new outpost of a large national chain is quite good. We found the Diavola piada (sort of like an Italian burrito) to be more angelic than devilish, with it’s not-too-spicy sauce, romaine lettuce, Parmesan, cucumbers, tomatoes, and pancetta. Also craving pasta, we were properly satiated with the basil pesto noodles with sun-dried tomatoes and freshly grated cheese. Both paired quite nicely with a yummy Bellini.
Drinks: No bar