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The small dishes—from a decadent prosciutto, fig mostarda and gorgonzola panini to succulent fried rice balls and classic selections of artisanal cheese plates—are irresistible at ’inoteca, the casually hip, wildly popular, airy Lower East Side restaurant. But the real deal is the wine list, which features more than 600 bottles of regional Italian wines, all reasonably priced. Ask the waitstaff for tastes—they love to share their recommendations.