This unprepossessing restaurant, set in an old house on the edge of the trendy Railyard District, presents a first-rate menu of Southwestern-influenced modern French cooking. You might start with chorizo-stuffed calamari with watercress and smoked-tomato sauce; roasted rack of lamb with couscous, minted tomatoes, preserved lemon, and Niçoise olives is a tempting main dish. Top off your meal with an almond-butter cake served with warm spiced apples and a mascarpone-caramel
sauce. The wines are well selected, and the service is generally good. There's a hip, stylish cocktail bar with its own menu of lighter dishes, including a great burger.