Inspired by the paninotecas and enotecas of Italy, this intimate café is all about the bread, which is produced half a block away at its own bakery. (You can also pick up your own loaves and baguettes at the Main Street Market up the street.) Centered around a 14-seat communal table, Agiato encourages diners to get acquainted over sandwiches packed with cured meats, and wine from an extensive old-world wine list. There's also seating out front and a decent craft-beer
selection for those who want to stick with a more new-world experience.