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Quattro Restaurant Review: Quattro’s contemporary setting includes well-spaced banquettes, beaded curtains and romantic lighting, as well as the sounds of soothing jazz music. Italian staples like garlic shrimp with pesto cappellini, asparagus risotto and, of course, hearty antipasti are familiar beginnings. If you have a bigger appetite, go for such American favorites as a double pork chop with rich hickory sauce nestled next to corn, black-eyed peas and green shelling beans. There are subtle touches, too, evident in seafood specials like poached wild salmon with baby asparagus. Miniature desserts are a signature ending. For a special occasion, reserve the Chef’s Table, located in a warm, Tuscan-inspired room with a view of the production kitchen. The wine list features over 350 global selections. After 4 p.m., the Vinoteca features a happy hour with small plates and Italian wines and beer specials. And don’t forget the kids: Quattro has an all-day V.I.K. --- very important kids --- menu with tasty Texas bites.