Old Italy makes the stylish acquaintance of modish Yorkville at this sleek trattoria where well-priced regional dishes put out a siren call to lovers of fine Italian cuisine everywhere. Whether it’s an on-the-go lunch or a lingering vino-lubricated dinner, Dimmi is the place to be. The restaurant’s extensive antipasto menu gets diners started, then follows up with a selection of tangy pastas, pizzas and foccacios. The space, all dark wood and leather, is open enough to make for an airy dining experience while still being intimate enough to make for a romantic one. In the summer, the beautiful souls spill onto a charming patio and the unrivalled sport of people-watching picks up from there. In the winter, bypass the meal-culminating hot coffee drinks at your peril.