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Tutto il giorno Restaurant Review: Diners line up to snatch one of the few tables at this seasonally opened restaurant. In the main dining room, a palette of soft gray walls and dark wood floors creates a bright and mellow atmosphere. The glittering marina sparkles --- a striking backdrop to the busy bar. Chef/co-partner Maurizio Marfoglia, late of Barolo in Manhattan, prepares the Milanese cuisine. A brittle and light shrimp, calamari and zucchini fritto balances the spicy bite of a tuna tartare. The wild boar, espresso and porcini ragù, served over pappardelle, is a richer choice, while clams in a white wine sauce atop linguine will appeal to those looking for a lighter choice. An intense chocolate mousse is a perfect excuse for a siesta.