Why: Amaro’s Table recently opened in the space formerly occupied by the now-defunct Charlie’s Bodega. Amaro’s brings a modern American dining experience highlighting steaks, seafood and craft cocktails. The restaurant is open six days a week with happy hour every day.What I tried: To start, my dining companion and I tried the ahi tuna roll. We also tried the beet salad. I settled on the daily risotto special for my entree, and my dining companion had the pan-seared top-sirloin served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables. For dessert, we had the ricotta donuts with caramel. We also tried a couple of the craft cocktails, which were very satisfying.The tuna roll was attractively presented on a plate aside a mixed green salad, wasabi, and ginger root. It was a bargain at $12. The generous portions of tuna were very tasty atop the crab-stuffed roll.I love a good beet salad, and Amaro’s did not let me down. The salad consists of beets, field greens, cilantro and chevre tossed in a honey lemon vinaigrette. The ingredients were fresh, and all the flavors were complementary and balanced.The risotto of the day was topped with a tangy, tomatoey sauce with meatballs. I found the portion just right and the dish possessed homemade goodness.