It may look like a gourmet food store but it's also a buzzy restaurant with a wood-paneled dining room, started by the people behind Diner next door, and Roman's in Fort Greene. Start with oysters or a wedge of delicate tortilla Española or choose one of many daily specials. Then move on to entrées like roast cod or the perfectly juicy, crispy brick chicken. The adventurous cocktails are so good they'll almost make you forget about the uncomfortable wooden seating. After dinner, you can shop for delicacies like wildflower honey and aromatic bitters. Stop by in the morning for breakfast—the biscuits with sausage and egg are filling and delicious.