Regulars and newcomers alike are greeted with a warm welcome at this local favorite that combines Old World attitude and chic décor. The small dining area looks out onto Solano Avenue foot traffic, and in the summer, the bustling trattoria sets up café tables on the sidewalk. Inside, the atmosphere is lively, and between bites, customers can watch baristas mix cocktails behind the glass mosaic bar or cooks toss the restaurant’s calzones and signature pizzas into the wood-burning stove. A trip to this southern Italian hot spot wouldn’t be complete with sampling a slice—we recommend the pepperoni. Lunch Mon.Sat., dinner nightly.