By Maggie Hennessy
From the team behind Celeste and Fulton Market Kitchen comes a serving of bohemian élan on Chicago Ave. The sprawling space, awash in greenery and Persian rugs and tile, is divvied into a cocktail bar, colorful dining room and four-seasons courtyard. Marcos Campos and Jonathan Meyer’s globetrotting menu fuses the Mediterranean concept of mezze with influences spanning Mexico, India, Korea and the Middle East. You want the salty fried halloumi with quince jam and preserved lemon, and the curry meatballs atop English pea puree. Liz Pearce’s dozen or so cocktails are bright and sessionable. We’ll take the gin-laced Summers in Sweden in the courtyard, please. And keep ‘em coming.