If there’s one type of cuisine that Pike & Rose has lacked, it’s Italian. That will change this fall, when D.C. chef Matthew Adler brings a major transformation to Owen’s Ordinary. Adler is partnering with Neighborhood Restaurant Group to split the six-year-old space into two different concepts: The outside will continue to showcase beer and pub fare under the new name Owen’s Tavern and Garden, while the inside will transform into a traditional Italian restaurant called Caruso’s Grocery. Adler, who operates another Caruso’s in D.C., says he’ll focus on steaks, chops, pasta and “some fun new/old dishes” like chicken scarpariello and veal saltimbocca. Also: $10 cocktails and affordable wines. Adler is also updating the Owen’s menu, cooking up some new recipes for burgers, chili, chicken wings, French bread pizza and “Italian nachos.”