Eric DeBonis’ Sea Salt restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, right across the street from the former Emigration Market, now Harmons. If DeBonis’ name sounds familiar, you might know him as owner of The Paris Bistro & Zinc Bar. Sea Salt is a beautiful, but casual space—open and airy, with wide swatches of white everywhere; clean is the adjective that comes to mind. The semi-communal tables are a nice touch, too. The menu is extensive, with many dishes based on DeBonis’ Italian grandmother’s recipes. The meatballs and ravioli, for example, carry the name “Nonna Maria.” Good starters include olives and focaccia, cauliflower gratinato, steamed white asparagus or the cheese tasting. Pizza and pasta account for much of the main menu, along with risotto and grilled items such as rosemary and lemon chicken, wild Alaskan sockeye salmon and grilled flank steak. For dessert, consider the housemade gelato or strawberries with balsamic vinegar.