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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Sage Ristorante Restaurant Review: The historic Fairmount hotel made the Guinness Book of Records for a move on rollers to its present location; it also made history with its trail-blazing restaurant, Polo’s. Polo’s is now no more, but Massimo Pallottelli (his eponymous San Antonio restaurant now closed) moved in to fill the void with Sage. Tuscan tan and sage green, this space is more discreet than the former digs, but the menu is luxe to the max with lobster ravioli and daily specials featuring ultra-fresh tuna, grouper (with cherry tomatoes, capers and red onion, for example) and the like. Pistachio-praline-capped sage custard and an apple tart with a delicate sage cream do more than reinforce the name; they are revealing in their own right. A wine list blessed with many Italian offerings not regularly seen hereabouts is calculated to complement entrées such as the veal-stuffed ravioli with raisins.