There's a new addition to the MIDA family, with chef-owner Douglass Williams just opening the doors to his Newton location. Both the original South End eatery and its surburban sister draw heavy influences from Italian cuisine, with mutual menu items like gnocchi cacio e pepe, paccheri bolognese and fried eggplant parmesan. However, the latest space sets itself apart from the Boston branch, thanks to its selection of traditional pizzas. Like its sibling, the wine list here tends to favor Northern Italian and French bottles, with an emphasis on lesser known producers. And, of course, it expertly executes classic Italian cocktails, like the Negroni.