For people who care deeply about where their food comes from and/or suffer from allergies or ingredient intolerances, Quartino Bottega Organica is a safe haven. Everything is organic, from the greens to the eggs to the coffee. Wines are biodynamic or organic. The water for cooking and drinking is filtered. Fish is responsibly sourced. Bread, pasta (ravioli with creamy walnut sauce) and pizza are made with whole-wheat flour, but there are also brown rice and spelt options (blended with pumpkin and asparagus, for instance, or saffron and arugula) if wheat must be avoided. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, complete with fireplace, and there's a small, beautiful garden in the rear. For locals, it serves as a rarely crowded, quiet hideout in the active NoHo neighborhood.