|Located in a former church, this understated restaurant from the outside is considered to be a little dated on the inside. But then some people want their restaurants to never look older than three-year-old remodel. The Wine Spectator dared to call this the second best of the top 10 Italian restaurants in the country. It's a bit extreme, but it's still a great place. (One of co-owners, Giancarlo Paterlini, is a renowned Italian wine expert in the U.S.) Using a two-group La Spaziale and Mokarabia beans, they serve espresso with a thin, medium brown crema in Oneida cups ("by Noritake"). It has a mostly pungent, herbal flavor and isn't half-bad by restaurant standards.