At first glance, there's something delicate about Sip. Perhaps it’s the eatery's cozy interior, with clean yellow and black lines that accentuate otherwise sparse white walls. Or maybe it's Sip's slim menu of Italian small plates, sandwiches, and sweets. Those edibles, however, pack intensely flavorful punches, from the smoky roast beef inside the paninis to the citrus and saccharine pop of Sip's limoncello marscapone cake. More tastiness waits in the wings thanks to Sip's drink options, which range from wine by the bottle and glass to eight bottled beers and four rotating drafts. Bartenders decant all beverages at Sip's exposed brick bar, behind which a television shows old-school movies and early animations made by cavemen.