This casually sophisticated dining room and garden is always full. The menu has a little bit of everything and changes frequently, but you can expect to find salads laced with fruits, pastas, and entrées like seared sashimi-grade tuna and steaks. Consider sharing several small plates from the tapas menu, such as the blue-cheese phyllo rolls with black-cherry sauce, salmon meatballs, and octopus with garlic. Also on offer are reasonably priced wines by the glass from Argentina,
Chile, and Mexico. Though the service can run a bit on the slow side—and popular menu items tend to run out—everyone seems to leave happy.