Calle’s menu advises that “all dishes are prepared in limited quantities to avoid waste and preserve freshness,” a viable concern of any small business, and components of one dish often turn up in another. Both rigatoni ($17.50) and lasagna are served with a Bolognese sauce thick with minced flank steak but slightly too heavy with a dominant herb (thyme maybe?). Wahoo, the evening’s fish du jour, also turns up in the evening’s best dish, a truly delightful risotto ($21.50) loaded with salmon, calamari, shrimp, and scallops; the equally addictive pommes dauphine, beautifully crisp little balloons of potato-pastry puffs that accompany the braciole ($17.50), are also available as first plates. The potatoes are so satisfying it’s a disappointment that on this evening, the braciole, flank steak rolled around a stuffing of prosciutto, cheese, garlic, and raisins, is dry and graced with just a small portion of chunky tomato sauce. All entrées are served with a respectable house salad and a plate of sliced ciabatta and crumbly homemade corn bread that waitstaff would do well to leave at the table (and replenish) throughout the meal.