This elegant and refined Scandinavian restaurant has seen a transition in the kitchen these last few years, going from Marcus Samuelsson to Marcus Jernmark, until he, too, exited. The place is now in steady hands with Emma Bengtsson at the helm. The elegant atmosphere features warm woods and modern Scandinavian design. There are a few options here: a $135 eight-course meal, $85 three-course affair, and a $105 six-course dinner that changes according to the season. Standout dishes include foie gras paired with liquorice, sweetbreads paired with sauerkraut, venison tartare, and for dessert, smoked vanilla crème brûlée. Head to the sumptuous bar area to sample housemade aquavit.