In Old Naples, this spacious restaurant blends classic and Nouveau American cuisine with some hints of French culinary traditions. Guests can sit inside or outside on the patio, which is a prime spot for people-watching in the exclusive shopping area. The chef has crafted a menu decorated with such specialty foods as duck, pork belly, stone crab, jumbo lump crab and artisanal greens. An impressive wine list includes more than 600 different selections. Many guests are surprised at the savory flavor of the pork belly and the tenderness of one of the few French prepared dishes—coq au vin (chicken cooked in a rich red wine and demi-glacé sauce with baby root vegetables). Desserts and breads are prepared by the restaurant's bakery, which is located next door.