Historic. This renovated mid-19th century building is set in a quaint neighborhood of narrow, brick-paved streets. The dining room is appointed with mirrors, art and a metal ceiling. Noted for steaks, this restaurant also is a good choice for sophisticated pasta and seafood dishes. Arrive here early on a summer evening to get a table in the courtyard patio (maybe next to the little fountain). Relax with a glass of one of the restaurant's unusual wines and try the pan-seared trout with edamame succotash.