Lazia is back, and it just might be better than ever. The Crossroads Hotel’s signature restaurant reopened in mid-November with chef Justin Kent at the helm and a new lineup of dishes marrying traditional Italian cuisine with modern influences. Diners are welcomed with a glass of the house amaro before entering the largely unchanged dining area and perusing the menu, which includes cicchetti (small bites) such as n’duja, a spreadable, spicy sausage, and hand-dipped ricotta. Alpine bread dumplings, toasted ravioli and tuna crudo are among the appetizer options or opt for the hand-pulled mozzarella made tableside. Lazia also serves up a selection of Neapolitan-style pizzas, robust main courses meant to share, and house-made risottos and pastas, such as the rigatoni alla gricia, a simple dish loaded with flavor courtesy of guanciale and pecorino.