This 16-year veteran of the fine-dining scene can still turn out rich and delicious dishes: gnocchetti so soft they practically dissolve, with peas and sage butter; duck breast with cherries and surprisingly velvety farro; the famous fries with truffle cream. But despite a recent makeover, the restaurant shows its age when it mimics a trend by trumpeting the menu’s seasonability and then just misses by offering “first of spring” asparagus and “late-summer” peaches simultaneously. Stay off-trend here to hit the sweet spot.
Dishes We Liked
Crab toast ($7), gnocchetti ($14), octopus ($18), duck ($38), fries ($9; with extra truffle cream, $11), Roundhouse Kick cocktail ($14)