Take casually elegant interior design by Jean Liu, mix in discreet people-watching through the big windows facing Main Street, and add upscale dishes with creatively layered flavors by executive chef Jason Zygmont. The result: the second incarnation of Sassetta. Once located in the Dallas Decorative Center, it now looks right at home in the sleek, artsy Joule hotel, downtown. Start with a glass of prosecco and progress to a plate of grilled asparagus topped with goat cheese, salsa verde, and crispy farro. House-made pastas are a specialty here, and the tagliatelle bolognese made with pork and veal will satisfy a hearty appetite. The menu is small—six pastas, six pizzas, four mains—but there’s something for everyone, including vegetarians.