On the first floor of this industrial-chic restaurant/bar, patrons perched on aluminum barstools share space with diners at concrete tables sampling simple, seasonal dishes and thin-crust pizzas. Upstairs, you can trade the cold metal furniture for velvety couches and armchairs, and pair a glass of wine ($6 to $20)—three-ounce pours and full bottles are also available—with a couple of cheeses ($10) or a selection of cured meats ($6 to $9). In winter, snag a couch near the second-floor fireplace.
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