A triple threat that also serves breakfast (many types of waffles) and lunch (burgers and other standards), this restaurant in a cozy, gingerbread-style cottage shines brightest at dinner with sophisticated French-inspired dishes. As might be expected, escargots, rack of lamb, and dry-aged filet mignon are on the menu, along with diversions like the chicken breast served with dried cherries and a Gorgonzola-sherry sauce or the 18-ounce porterhouse steak. Midweek prix-fixe
three-course specials include wine. Advance reservations are needed here.