You'll find this restaurant has a contemporary, artistic ambience reflected in the saucy photographic art decorating the walls. The seasonally-revised menu draws upon local ingredients and traditional cooking concepts that are creatively integrated with elements derived from other cuisines. For example, you might be presented with a local Ohio Valley farm's heirloom-variety pork chop married with peach marmalade. You won't need a GPS unit to find this restaurant; it has a giant, gilded replica statue of Michelangelo's "David" out on the sidewalk. Start your dinner with some roasted marrow bones or charred octopus, then progress to a local greens salad or corn chowder. For your entrée, enjoy a Kentucky bison burger with Tillamook cheddar and Jezebel sauce. Local, artisanal varieties of cheeses, ricotta cheesecake, as well as gelato, are but a few of the dessert selections.