Given just one month to transition a restaurant space from one Colicchio brand to the next, the quiet changes made to the interior formerly occupied by Craftsteak were far more subtle than the changes to the menu. Opened in January as Colicchio & Sons, the design is slightly more stripped down, but casually elegant. You’ll walk by the new pizza oven and open kitchen no matter where you decide to dine. A dual-sided steel shelf that stores firewood creates a screen between the entrance and the Tap Room, while the floor-to-ceiling glass wine vault does the same between the Tap Room and formal dining. Both effectively address the soaring ceiling heights in a different fashion. An oversized patchwork rug in front of the bar sets the relaxed tone for the Tap Room. In the formal dining room, the large rounded banquettes have been removed, a telling sign of the decrease in business and group dining. They have been replaced by a freestanding orthogonal banquette shared by several tables, which provides more seating for small parties and the flexibility to accommodate larger groups as well. The new space is cohesive, earthy and cozy, with good service and decent food. You may even see celebrity-chef Tom Colicchio on your next visit, who has committed to being at Colicchio & Sons several nights a week.