From the underrated Elixir to various pop-up concepts, the Opus Hotel has long struggled with its dining program. La Pentola puts an end to the gimmickry. A comfortably welcoming room, it relies not on glamour or shtick but on the sort of simple, well-priced, perfectly executed Northern Italian dishes that make the original location, La Quercia, so popular. The dinner menu changes often, but expect classic pastas like spaghetti Bolognese alongside a selection of proteins and a daily market fish. The award-winning wine list is brief, carefully chosen, and reasonable.