Let’s get two things out of the way off the bat. There are two dishes on the menu that are each nearly $200 and take nearly an hour to prepare: the 42-ounce bistecca Fiorentina ($175), and the 50-ounce costata alla Fiorentina ($210). These two dishes pretty much best summarize chef Chad Colby’s 30-seat, dinner-only restaurant Chi Spacca. This Osteria Mozza offshoot overseen by Nancy Silverton is not cheap, and the meat (these two spectacular and talked-about dishes in particular), is what you’re here for. You’ll want to order the baked shell beans, the cured-meat board, the testa frittata, and the “tomahawk” pork chop too, so find three other people to share them with you, dig in, and if they’re not great eaters, well, you’re set for tomorrow night when you’ll finally be hungry again.