The revamped Cafe Spiaggia looks better than ever, dressed to the Gold Coast nines in a slick tux of black-and-white leather with brass trimmings. No need to bring a sports coat, however, because Tony Mantuano’s menu has only gotten more approachable and seasonally driven. Forget the hearty tomato sauces. Soft, delicate flavors abound. Expect veggie-centric antipasti, full-flavored pastas that are never heavy, and a small selection of entrées, including terrific whole-fish options for two. The wine list remains stunning, but the service now feels a bit rushed.