The lasagna-inspired Cobb salad—served as a square of perfectly chopped eggs, vegetables, and bacon on a bed of Bibb lettuce—is just one of many examples of culinary artistry you'll find here. This upscale tavern has handsome brick walls and vaulted casement ceilings. The menu, which includes a raw bar and selections from the wood-burning oven and rotisserie, consists of contemporary French-influenced American fare that changes quarterly to emphasize local and seasonal ingredients. If you decide not to go for the Angus rib eye with housemade steak sauce, the pan-roasted Scottish salmon over French lentils with citrus tomato jam is noteworthy. Take advantage of the $29.95 three-course fixed-price menu on weeknights.