We relish Tony’s posh and spacious setting of contemporary art, graceful lines, and showy vases of fresh flowers—ideal for an evening of pampering. Our shareable starters were great: creamy burrata pugliese with prosciutto and basil oil and dreamy pansotti pasta stuffed with butternut squash, Parmesan, and sage. Grilled halibut with Meyer lemon sauce, cucumber, and cantaloupe was light but meaty, while the pan-sautéed Snapper Sheridan was decadent, topped with jumbo lump crab and a luxurious lemon butter sauce. Consider pre-ordering one of the towering soufflés if you trust your temperance with appetizers and entrées. The strong wine list of Italian and French finds always impresses.