Marc 49 has evolved into a more sophisticated version of its original self, jettisoning the panini and salads with East Bay and Nor Cal geographic names it began with for the most part, though a chicken panini with spinach and chipolte aioli remains, and a salad or two sound reminiscents of the inaugural garden medleys. Today’s equally good, seasonally-changing repast is snacky and succinct, more nibbly and pared down than before. Splurge on starters, called “snacks,” like olives, deviled eggs, caramelized onion bruschetta, or charcuterie, all of which can pair nicely with the daily featured flights of wine or perhaps a Pinot Noir, say the Dionysus from the Russian River’s Moore Vineyards. Then move into “greens,” maybe “bread with stuff,” and end with “sweets.” The cocktail program has been stepped up, and there’s brunch, fare, too, featuring tempters such as buckwheat waffles with bourbon-infused syrup or just simple eggs. As it was when in debtued in 2008, Marc 49 remains a fine neighborhood addition. Serves dinner daily and lunch/brunch Sat.Sun.