For years, Giovanni Rocchio churned out delicious Northern Italian fare to wide-eyed, smitten customers in a strip mall on Federal Highway. An impressive wine list, impeccable service, and a comfortable, intimate atmosphere kept customers and critics raving for years. Then Rocchio kicked it up a notch by moving the restaurant to a new, larger, more open location. Today, you can still get his fresh handmade pastas — like the famous ham and egg raviolo, a whimsical dish filled with ricotta, asparagus, and egg yolk finished in truffle butter and pancetta ($21); and the Cavatelli, a comforting plate of pasta osso buco, bone marrow, and ricotta salata ($26) — but in a bright, European-inspired interior with white walls, rustic accents, and a huge open kitchen. A brand-spanking-new bar with a mind-blowing mixology program has brought Rocchio's game to a whole new level. Expensive? Yes, but we doubt you could find food, cocktails, or atmosphere this impressive anywhere else in Broward.