Located in the up-and-coming West Side district, this restaurant is slightly off the beaten path but well worth the trip. The trendy spot catches your eye with its open kitchen concept set in an industrial-looking space that is made to look like a diner. Ingredients are locally sourced and seasonally inspired. Many say this is the best place for brunch in the city, and I have to agree. The chef's creative combinations of tofu scrambled eggs and omelets with Brie and prosciutto will delight. As will the eggs Benedict served with a lemon hollandaise sauce over a house-baked buttermilk biscuit. I would also recommend adding a savory side of house-made honey-sage chicken sausage to your brunch order. Dinner is also extraordinary. Try the spiced boneless pork loin with sweet potato polenta and cider jus, or citrus-scented sea scallops with celery, vegetable and butter broth when available. The chef offers a tasting menu nightly, that can be paired with wine or beer. Friendly servers will accommodate special requests and most food allergies.