This restaurant has a contemporary, artistic ambience reflected in the saucy photographic art decorating the walls. The seasonally revised menu draws on 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 salad of greens or corn chowder. For your entrée, enjoy a Kentucky bison burger with Tillamook cheddar and Jezebel sauce. Local, artisanal varieties of cheeses, ricotta cheesecake and gelato are but a few of the dessert selections.