Hope I'm not being redundant (I scrolled back to see if someone had posted), but Tre next to the Witte is my new favorite restaurant in Texas. Been open a few weeks and I've been three times. House-cured salumi, home-made pastas. The service is sketchy, but they'll get their act together.
Had linguine with clams, the gnocchi and gorgonzola, the coppa, the mortadella and the marinated olives (one trip was for cocktails, which included a sweet gazpacho on ice).
I compare these rustic meals with the best I've had (Al di la, etc.)
Beautiful space, too. Markup's not too bad on the wines. Once they get their waitstaff's heads on straight, this place will be flying pretty close to the sun (and they were gracious screwups anyway, so whatever).