We wish we could give you a “preview” (the restaurant’s name, in Italian) of Anteprima, but we were beaten to the punch. Well, finally, here we are with the menu. The restaurant’s cuisine has been repeatedly billed as rustic and regional, and we’re certain that the name itself is a reference to their extensive antipasto offerings (which offer a preview of the rest of the menu, maybe). Half the menu items (2/3 if you count the pastas, which are all available as half portions), are appetizer style. The rusticity comes into play with starters like veal meatballs with saffron-tomato sauce, pine nuts and raisins ($8), roasted peppers with breadcrumbs, parmigiano reggiano, and herbs ($4), and grilled polenta with spicy rapini ($7). Diners can continue the we’re-at-our-rich-Euroxecutive-friend’s-Tuscan-farmhouse fantasy with grilled quails, marinated in honey and balsamic vinegar and served with borlotti beans & pancetta ($19), strozzapreti pasta with pancetta, onions, cherry tomatoes, and pecorino romano ($8/half, $14/full), or maybe even a side of sauteéd dandelion greens with olive oil, garlic, chilies ($5). The prices are reasonable, the atmosphere is hip and low-key, and people are saying the food is pretty good - sounds like a good deal to us.