Located in an older neighborhood with lots of charm but minimal parking, this place doesn't look impressive from the outside. On the inside, though, you will find a carefully-restored dining room (once a neighborhood grocery) that now has marble top tables and mosaic tile floors. The menus here change frequently but make creative use of local ingredients. The beet salad and steak frites are delicious. The menu is graced with unusual dishes such as bone marrow brûlée and basil-fed escargots.