A garage turned art gallery and, finally, a restaurant, this spot shares the aesthetic hallmarks of all its previous incarnations. Inside, the gallery roots are still strong thanks to the interesting art. But the food is the reason why people still make this a regular stop, especially for Sunday brunch. The playful menu includes a salmon BLT and a meat-loaf sandwich, as well as the signature tomato-basil bisque accompanying the grilled cheese on sourdough with pimento aioli—all best bets for lunchtime patrons. Dinner favorites include the Durrence Farms burger or the bourbon-glazed beef short ribs. There's also a small but well-rounded selection of craft beers and wine.