This little restaurant, with its gabled roof and petite flowerpots out front, looks like Grandma's house. Inside you will find, not the wolf, but a monthly revised menu that makes creative use of local produce, meats and wines. Try the smoked rib-eye steak from grass-fed local beef or the daily seafood catch. The dining room's chalkboard will tell you the fish, where it was caught and even the name of the fishing boat. Diners of a vegetarian persuasion will relish the butternut squash ravioli.