Taste the flavors of the Mediterranean at this wine bar in Hell’s Kitchen. You might think you’re vacationing on the Greek isles after nibbling on starters like olives marinated with fresh herbs ($7), braised artichokes with shaved pecorino romano ($14) and bruschetta with fresh ricotta, cherry tomatoes and basil ($5). Order up a cheese plate (choice of three cheeses for $23) or charcuterie platter (choice of three meats for $25) with regional cheeses and meats if you’re still hungry. If you’re staying for dinner, you might move onto larger plates like lamb kofte with pita and tzatziki ($15), sauteed mussels and clams with spicy merguez sausage ($16), pappardelle al limone ($17) or pan-seared branzino with broccoli rabe ($28). Wash it down with a regional wine from the restaurant’s extensive list of vintages available by the glass or bottle, or a cocktail like the Medi with Absolut Citron, Chambord, sweet and sour mix and fresh raspberries ($14).