The menu changes monthly at this industrial-designed restaurant, whose name, French for "kitchen garden," refers to the herb-rimmed back patio. Exposed ducts and a high ceiling make for a trendy dining room, and the floor-to-ceiling front windows allow the hip to be seen and the twinkling lights outside and in to be reflected for a warm glow. The menu always includes a risotto of the day along with fish dishes and a thin-crust pizza from the wood-fired oven. The wine list
is all over the map but well priced, and the servers are among the most savvy in town.