The décor at this neighborhood diner evokes vintage Hollywood, and the dinner menu is written to match, with selections like the Ava Gardner salad, Marilyn crab cakes and the Bogey burger. Lunch is a relaxed affair, with orders for sandwiches and salads taken at the counter. Dinner, served Wednesday through Saturday, evolves into a more casually elegant experience, with candlelight and vintage tunes softly playing in the background. The homemade desserts are as gorgeous as they are delicious. Street parking in the Historic Five Points area is the only option, so you may end up finding a spot several blocks away from your destination. Observe the no parking signs, respect the residents' driveways, and enjoy a stroll through one of Raleigh's classic neighborhoods, full of vintage architecture styles and some creative in-fill.