This is the deserved darling of the hip Bisbee crowd. The constantly changing northern Italian–style evening menu is not extensive, but whatever you order—gulf shrimp tossed with lobster ravioli, roasted quail, New Zealand rack of lamb—will be wonderful. Portions are generous, and all entrées come with soup, salad, and sorbet. Exposed-brick walls and soft lighting form the backdrop for original artwork, and the 1875 bar harks back to Bisbee's glory days. Reservations
are strongly advised.