Talia Cucina & Rosticceria restaurant is the final piece of the restoration of the Alcoa building, and one of the most visible. This restaurant transforms a significant urban corner adjacent to two hotels and a park and revives an interior that formerly held a dated technology exhibit. More laid-back than its sister restaurant, Vallozzi’s, Talia’s focal points are a welcoming bar and a custom-built rotisserie. On one side, the generously-sized bar is a popular happy hour destination featuring a wraparound marble bar and prosecco on tap. At the other end of the space, an expo kitchen allows diners to watch Talia’s signature slow-roasted meats take form on the rotisserie as they relax amidst red-painted paneling and leather upholstery. Both areas of the restaurant benefit from existing high ceilings, original aluminum rounded-corner windows and revolving door, framing great city views and completing the melding of modern and traditional at Talia.