Entrees The casual offerings fit the personality of the laid-back bar-restaurant. For our main meal, we delved into the SoBo-pasto ($11), a wood board laden with provolone, Genoa salami, house-pickled vegetables and olives, along with rustic bread slices and crackers. We added a quinoa salad ($4) — and were glad we did. The warm grains were tossed with roasted squash, dried cranberries, celery and pumpkin seeds for a great flavor profile. The tuna confit sandwich ($12) was a terrific mouthful, with tender fish, lettuce, green olive tapenade and preserved lemon oil on a chewy ciabatta roll. A side dish of pasta salad was a delicious mound of cavatappi swirls, red peppers and onions, glistening with arugula pesto.