There's a whole new feel at this sophisticated, urban restaurant, renovated and reopened in 2012. The red-and-black decor is modern, but with a Sinatra throwback feel: it's a little art deco, a little contemporary. The food is a spin on the classics with unique fusions, like traditional Southern grits, but with Gouda, and the plating is minimalist, clean, and beautiful. Choose from small plates, including fun items like seared tuna sliders and an incredible beef tenderloin carpaccio topped with baby arugula and horseradish cream. The go-to entree is definitely the charred rib-eye steak, which comes with a choice of butters that include brandied mushroom, fois gras, and truffle. The attentive waitstaff is well trained and can recommend what to sip from the extensive wine list. To-die-for desserts include the delightful creme brulee flight and deep-fried bread pudding so good you may feel like you just died and went to heaven.