Felice 83, a second location of the Upper East Side’s beloved Tuscan restaurant and wine bar Felice 64, is a nice Italian retreat with outdoor seating along relatively quiet 83rd Street. There couldn’t be a lovelier place to unwind at the end of the day with a glass of wine and a comforting classic Tuscan dish by Chef Simone Parisotto. The fusilli al ferretto, fresh homemade hand-rolled fusilli with burrata in a San Marzano cherry tomato sauce, is particularly delightful. I was struck by the shape of the pasta. Unlike the dry corkscrew fusilli I am accustomed to, the “al ferretto” method results in long, thin rolls with a delightfully springy texture. The name itself refers to the shaft of an umbrella, around which the pasta was once rolled. The simple tomato sauce is complemented by a spoonful of creamy burrata cheese so fine I thought it was blended or whipped. This is a dish that makes for a truly felice (happy) experience.