The Southwestern-accented and Continental fare served at La Casa Sena is beautifully presented and generally quite delicious. Weather permitting, get a table on the patio surrounded by hollyhocks, flowering shrubs, and centuries-old adobe walls. A favorite entrée is the braised Colorado lamb shank with chipotle-huitlacoche demi-glace, roasted purple- and Yukon-gold potatoes, braised cipollini onions, and orange gremolata. There's a knockout lemon crème brûlée as well as a tantalizingly sweet-and-tart sour cream-blueberry sundae with blue-corn crumble on the dessert menu. For a musical meal (evenings only), sit in the restaurant's adjacent, less-pricey Cantina ($$), where the talented and perky staff belt out Broadway show tunes. An on-site wine shop sells many of the estimable vintages offered on the restaurant's wine list.