Copine is like a Woody Allen film - you’re not quite sure what genre it fits into, but it’s fun to go along for the ride. The menu is kind of American and kind of French, and there’s some pasta thrown in there too. The space is elegant enough to charm the pants off of a date (literally, if things go well, but that’s none of our business) but also chill enough for a solo dinner at the bar - if you’re the kind of person willing to throw down for a solo meal (it’s pretty pricey here). We’d probably come here just for the bread (a warm thyme roll with plenty of butter), but the English pea agnolotti is also extremely worthy of your time and money. If you don’t act like a schmuck, you might even get a free shot of amaro as a gift from the bartender.