In a city known for its luxury and upscale cuisine, this European-style restaurant squeezes in near the top of the list. The subdued lighting presents an intimate ambience that meshes nicely with the Old World décor. The charm is accented by pink and red hues, plush fabrics, light wood tones and assorted floral arrangements. The dining room divides in two with one side offering views of the open kitchen, where diners can see dishes being crafted and perfected. The menu features a European flair with an emphasis in French dishes. Specialty items are scattered throughout with such delicacies as Scottish salmon, calf liver, escargot, jumbo lump crab, lamb, veal and a New York sirloin. The gazpacho is amazing, and the dover sole is flown in from Holland—those would be my suggestions for a starter and entrée. You might have to top off the night with the popular crème brûlée. The cultured, diligent and refined team of servers guides guests through an unforgettable dining experience. Open for dinner only on Saturday.