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Rosemary's evokes an enclosed Italian courtyard, full of greenery, reclaimed-wood tables, exposed-brick walls and terra-cotta flooring. Various design elements will remind restaurant mavens of ABC Kitchen, Eataly, Otto and Le Pain Quotidien. A rooftop garden supplies the lettuces and herbs for salad and focaccia, a must for every table. Homemade pasta dishes are first-course size, but still enough if you're endeavoring to not overeat. Main courses consist of pork tenderloin, lamb leg and market fish. It's also nice to stop in for a glass of lambrusco and a plate of salumi or cheese. Carlos Suarez, of the nearby Bobo, is behind it.