The name may evoke nostalgia for the building's gritty past as a print shop, but Sepia is thoroughly forward-thinking in both its design (glassed-in chandeliers and leather-topped tables) and its simple, seasonal dishes created by chef Andrew Zimmerman. Order some country pâté for the table while you review the menu, which includes appetizers like seared scallops and entrées such as skate served with cauliflower and a raisin-caper sauce. A well-chosen, international
wine list and thoughtfully prepared classic cocktails satisfy oenophiles and mixologists alike. Though reservations can be hard to come by for dinner, seats at the communal tables are first-come, first-served.