Set in an opulent 1910 train station, Porters is a favorite spot for special-occasion meals or even just relaxed dinners on a wisteria-shaded patio. The menu features aged-beef steaks, pork tenderloin, seafood fettuccine, lamb burgers, panfried oysters, and similarly straightforward American classics. Leave room for the decadent desserts, including a rich bread pudding drizzled with Jack Daniels crème anglaise. The bar is a popular spot for drinks or, during the early-
and late-evening happy hours, less expensive fare, such as prime-rib sandwiches and chicken satay with Asian barbecue sauce.