Through a separate entrance in the same building as farm-driven Acre is this Andersonville spot, focusing on Italian classics and an all-Italian wine list. Ombra is modeled off of an Italian cicchetteria, a neighborhood place to grab a drink or snack. The menu may be influenced by various regions of Italy, but you won't find pasta here; instead look for dishes such as bagna cauda, a sort of fondue with anchovy, butter and garlic served in terra cotta dishes with a candle underneath. Or go for the calamari cooked in its ink with polenta. A featured item will be tramezzini, which are crustless Venetian sandwiches with fillings such as truffled egg or shrimp and radicchio. In the morning, look for grab-and-go items such as Italian pastries, coffee and espresso, along with wifi for those who want to camp out. The space itself was conceptualized by the team behind Ruxbin, so look for similar reclaimed and recycled touches throughout.