Getting a reservation is the only challenging thing about dining at Brendan Sodikoff’s French-inspired steakhouse. Two options: Sign onto Resy right at 9 a.m. 21 days before you want to dine, or walk in when the place opens. Once you’re at your table, exhale. From here on, this is one of the most seamless dining experiences in town. Start with a bracing Vesper, then the wedge salad, adorned with a thick slice of maple-black pepper bacon. The Dijonnaise and hot sauce take the steak tartare to another level, and the crab cake is so tall and fluffy it’s practically a souffle. The 42-day dry-aged bone-in rib eye is the move on the steak front; the garlicky mushrooms make a worthy side. You probably didn’t save room, but get the carrot cake anyway — the caramel frosting is delicious, and we can confirm it’s just as tasty the next day.