When the feasting hour commences, a lunch and dinner menu unravels a host of homemade meals inspired by a childhood in Calabria, Italy. The traditional recipes enjoy a modern makeover complete with marinara muttonchops. Lucia's signature spaghetti acts as a semolina cradle for hand-rolled meatballs in a white-truffle-oil fondue topped with shaved black truffle ($18). Sample the eggplant parmigiana, which is baked with mozzarella in a sea of red sauce ($15). Poached pear salads satisfy light cravings with a fresh blend of mixed greens, gorgonzola, and candied walnuts with blue cheese ($8 for a half salad), while a Kobe beef burger with onion jam and house fries ($15) fully fills empty tanks. The pistachio-crusted snapper with roasted fingerling potatoes ($19) gives sea-legged stomachs solid grounds for edible exploration.