i've been several times and i think it's terrific. it definitely fills a niche that had been unaddressed, especially over in that neighborhood. the wine list has plenty of funky selections all very reasonably priced. offering so many wines european style (by the milliliter) is brilliant. the menu is on the small side, but everything i've had so far has been wonderful. last time i had the cocoa pasta (that arnett mentioned in her review today) and followed it with some fine prosciutto and salami. a perfect light meal. i love azita's philosophy of keeping each dish to just 4 ingredients.
so far, i've only eaten at the bar, but the service has been great. however, the tables seem very tight, and the servers really seem to have to finesse their way through the dining room.
great energy and diverse representations of customers when i've been, but the focus on small plates makes me think it eventually will turn into a haven for female diners.