Expect the unexpected at this small, eclectic, and artsy eatery that serves food with both modern American and modern French accents. With a dozen or so tables in a dimly lit space lined with exposed brick and adorned with family photos, this neighborhood restaurant exudes a true one-of-a-kind flair and serves up some pretty amazing food, too. Entrées are served in either half or full portions, catering to either those who like hearty mains or those who want to have a
variety of small plates. Enjoy simple sensations like pan-seared sea scallops with porcini-mushroom butter and fresh ricotta gnocchi with gorgonzola sauce, or dive into personality-driven dishes like the flavorful onion-crusted Florida grouper with saffron-vanilla beurre blanc, mushroom risotto, and spinach. A full roster of nightly specials and the desserts of the evening are posted on the restaurant's blackboard menu.