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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Ali-Oli Restaurant Review: This cheerful, modern dining space attracts a 20-something set for after-work Buckhead dining. A dozen two-tops make this perfect for a tête-à-tête. Tapas work well as light starters. The ricotta-filled zucchini rolls are served four to a plate in a tangy tomato sauce. Perfect opener. There are appetizers, too, such as plump, sweet mussels, but the portions are large, enough certainly for two as a first course. Pastas are the meal deals, well priced and served in generous portions. Pastas may be ordered in half portions as an appetizer, although even this amount seems plenty for a main dish. Skip the risotto, however, which misses the al dente mark, as do the pastas, but the excellent sauces still make the dishes work. Pan-seared scallops star on the entrée list. The wine list isn't extensive, but we love the two-ounce pours, which allow exploration of many wines at a single meal. Each country's wines are arranged by section, and there are several good choices from Greece.