|Opening in 2009, this caf� and wine bar (the name is a local play on words for the Italian 'enoteca') replaced the former Last Laugh Coffee House. It's a small but well-decorated space with a number of intimate tables for two - a definite upgrade from its previous incarnation, despite the cheesy Muzak playing inside. There are the occasional laptop squatters, but this is primarily a wine bar with some decent food to complement it. There are also a couple of sidewalk tables out front. The coffee comes from Rodger's Coffee & Tea (Coffee Magic) and is reflected in their Melitta bar at the front window. For espresso, they use a two-group Promac to pull shots with a dark speckled, darker brown crema served high and full in the Chinese-made CB2 cups (be careful, as they are over eager to hand out paper). It's a thinner layer of crema, but it has a nice chocolatey aroma and a bolder, robust flavor of pepper, smoke, and some herbal pungency in a darker roasted blend - a 'real' espresso, for that matter. It has a good, cohesive, fresher flavor despite the occasional habit for the owners to leave portafilter handles cooling on the drip tray. The staff, however, will tailor your coffee options to your tastes - which is an unusual plus. Decorative latte art with very good, rich milk-frothing.