I discovered Coppa on a recent business trip and liked it so much I went back a second time. Reservations are a must, because the place is tiny and tables are few, but the food is more than worth the effort. They make fabulous Italian food in a small-dish format, allowing you to taste lots of different things rather than fill up on a huge portion of one thing. The highlights for me were the Linguine Neri, a squid-ink pasta with a seafood sauce and a crispy bread pudding dessert. All, or almost all, of the pastas are made in house, and they only serve one type of dessert per night, because they make it themselves. I don't drink, so I didn't sample any of the wines, but the friends I was with were quite pleased with their selections.