Another restuarant by the folks at Al Di La? (Prospect Heights?)
We ate there last week and quite liked it. We arrived around 9 on a Sunday night and got a seat at the bar (in front of the open kitchen) right away, there was a 15 minute wait for a table. We had the market salad (tasty, not outstanding), the fried spicy chickpeas (quite good, not spicy), two pasta dishes (wild mushroom and squid ink/octupus, both quite good), and the buttermilk panna cotta with rhubarb sauce (good, firm, I love rhubarb) and chocolate bread pudding (very good as long as you don't mind slightly bitter desserts). Staff was lovely and knowledgable, food and wine were good, atmosphere friendly and laid back, we will totally return.