This cozy spot is as good as it gets on the Treasure Coast. Soft music and a friendly staff set the mood in the antiques-filled dining room of this old house, which holds only 21 tables. An extensive list of small plates can be ordered as starters or mains and include tasty treats like black-rice and calamari fritters with Thai sauce and Wagyu hanger steak with onion rings and salsa verde. Many of the vegetables are grown by the chef. The limited but superb selection of entrées include wood-grilled elk with roasted faro and Wagyu ribeye with port wine. All desserts are made from scratch and are also seductive, including white-chocolate custard with blackberry sauce.