Although it's from the folks behind Basil Leaf Cafe, the cute Italian spot across the street, owner Sean Tehrani tells us this spot will not have a pasta focus. The grocery will feature organic products, premium olive oils and vinegars, about 30 artisan and farmstead cheeses, 80 international wines with a price range of $12-$130, Belgian beers (with some organic offerings), house-baked breads, and a variety of olives and antipasti. Other edibles will include salads, made-to-order sandwiches and individual-sized thin-crust pizzas with gourmet toppings like potatoes and rosemary. There will also be heat-and-eat entrees like venison in port wine sauce with mushrooms (other off-the-beaten-path game offerings will include buffalo, ostrich and pheasant). Delivery will begin a few weeks after the doors open. Wine tastings are slated to begin this fall.