I Trulli - Should you find yourself less than voracious at this Southern Italian restaurant, make it a point to return with an appetite and enjoy the fresh handmade pasta pounded thin each morning by the 71-year old owner. In the meantime, the adjacent Enoteca and wine bar should tide you over with its lighter fare: small plates of antipasto and cheeses pair with 600 bottles of wine, with over 15 by the glass. Though the food represents the Puglia region (and can also be ordered at the Enoteca), the wine selection hails from all over Italy. Sip flights of three different wines at the marble bar or seated at one of several small square tables made for groups of two or four. The tiled walls and black-and-white framed photos of Italian villages make for an overall chic European bistro vibe. Once you're done, head across the street to Vino, I Trulli's wine store, and pick up a bottle of whatever you've just tasted to bring a piece of the experience home.