As the name suggests, the focus of this restaurant is ham in all its many incarnations, and Hambar satisfies cravings at all hours. At lunch, if you'd rather grab and go, the back counter prepares sandwiches filled with charcuterie imported from Italy and Spain, along with marinated vegetables made on site. At dinnertime you might hobnob with the corporate world dressed to the nines, or sit next to travelers sharing a salumi platter in their flip-flops. The menu changes with the seasons, but ham always plays a starring role in both appetizers and mains. The dining room is lovely and airy, with huge windows, and the long communal tables inspire conversation with locals. In summer, you can enjoy a glass of wine from the extensive list outside on the terrace.