In this tiny dining room, a sconce-lighted haven of architectural salvage, chef-owner All Kovalencik issues only one prix-fixe menu per evening (Monday's, priced slightly higher, is lobster-centric). Fans gladly forgo choice when the chef's choice is invariably so dead-on. Rundowns of the weekly roster are available online, and a typically tantalizing lineup might span rosemary-skewered shrimp with Tuscan melon, beef Wellington made with wild mushroom duxelle, and a combo
of chocolate ganache and chocolate gelato (don't hold back!). While cherry-picking the menu for recurrent faves, cognoscenti also tend to book on nights when Mary Keller plays her celestial harp.