Frequented by local professionals and ladies-who-lunch, this spacious suburban spot serves farm-to-table–inspired dishes that combine ingredients such as free-range poultry, whole grains, and seasonal produce. Chic, rustic decor—soft hues, reclaimed wood, and antique mirrors—lends a casual airiness to the dining room and conveys sophistication, despite its gingham-clad waitstaff. Appetizers, sides, and salads are stars here: My Wife's Favorite Salad combines arugula and frisée with duck confit, pine nuts, and pomegranate, crowned with a sunny-side egg. In addition to caramelized sea scallops, charred filet mignon, and Mary's Free-Range Brick Oven Chicken Breast, there are several offerings for the lighter appetite (and budget). Indulge in the Brown Bag Baked Apple Pie for dessert. A light afternoon menu bridges the gap between lunch and dinner.