This restaurant has been open for about a month in the space that had been Bianca (and, before that, Toscana). It's an attractive space that is not greatly changed from previous versions--perhaps a bit more dressed up, with the dining room divided by a rail and some draperies added. Our starters were mixed: I really enjoyed my portabello salad; my husband's mussels were not good at all (the one I sampled did not taste very fresh; he thought the problem was an unpleasant sauce). Another failing: the baguette in our bread basket was stale. We both liked our mains: a grouper dish with shrimp cake and seared scallops. The wine list was interesting and had a large number of lower-priced options. (And apparently the list is half-price on Wednesdays.) Service was speedy and solicitous. Desserts looked good, but we didn't indulge. We were also pleasantly surprised when a jazz trio began playing--a lovely addition that didn't interfere with conversation.