It's no wonder that chef Chuck Hughes has his own television show, Chuck's Day Off, considering how much charm and skill he possesses, attracting pretty young patrons to his trendy dinner club. And this boy can cook. Popular options include bountiful platters of seafood, rich lobster poutine, and hearty braised short ribs—vegetarians should probably head elsewhere, since fish and meat are featured prominently on the menu. Reservations are essential as the restaurant
is small and quite popular. The bar, where flirting is in high gear, is a fun option for dining and hanging out. After 11 pm, the music is cranked up and the party rages until 3 am. Because of their bar permit, children under 18 are not permitted on the premises.