From Our Editors
Assertive flavors and a bold taste in decor pervade Fino Restaurant's subterranean setting, which New York magazine lauded as "one of Wall Street's quintessential power lunch destinations." With respect to the food, the chefs mainly draw inspiration from the Old World, forging Italian-inspired classics such as lobster ravioli in tomato-herb sauce and linguine in pesto. However, the Zagat-rated restaurant also indulges heartier appetites with broiled veal chops, as well as red snapper smothered in a tangy and briny layer of capers, olives, and anchovies. Warm earth tones fill most of the spacious dining areas. Moss-green carpet complements the entryway's potted plants, and simple wooden chairs surround each of the white-linen-draped tables. Recessed lighting and globular pendant lamps further accentuate the various neutral tones, illuminating everything from the bar's hardwood floors to the coat-check room's black hole.