Housed on the second level of One Fullerton, this hidden gem can be accessed via a lift at the side door of the old Butter Factory grounds. A narrow hallway of Italian-inspired décor leads into the classy and elegant dining hall, which is spotted with beautiful incandescent light bulb chandeliers, comfortable black leather sofa-like chairs and edgy metal touches—to say nothing of that panoramic view that overlooks the bay. While they do have a a six-course Degustation Menu ($148++) and the five-course Classic Menu ($118), chef Yohhei Sasaki has recently launched a new “a la carte” menu that has a strong focus on fresh seafood with touches of lobster and fish throughout.

For the month of October, enjoy Forlino’s Flavors of Autumn, which highlights Italy’s seasonal produce, including porcini mushrooms, chestnuts, figs and game meat.