Acclaimed local chef Andrew Weissman has put together a stylish and attractive restaurant in Il Sogno, with authenticity to the classic Italian osteria as his model. That goal is handily accomplished in the cozy and sophisticated Il Sogno, and from the elegant premises to the gracious and attentive wait staff, the Il Sogno experience is memorable and worthwhile. Ingredients are super high quality and locally sourced with an emphasis on organics, and the end result reflects these forward-thinking choices. Our one quibble is that the entrees we ordered (Risotto with Shrimp and a ravioli-like pasta with goat cheese and shaved black truffles) seemed to be too richly dosed with heavy cream. Missing, it seemed, was the emphasis (as with many other restaurants these days) on having the richness intact while cutting back a bit on the creamy waves of saturated fat. Don't get me wrong - the flavor was stellar, but we knew a "food hangover" was on the way. Il Sogno will be a most satisfying stop if you want rich food and perhaps have time to take a nap after your meal.