We visited this restaurant and brasserie while visiting Cleveland. We had read about it in some of the literature for places to dine in that city. That particular evening they had a special of their version of Cassoulette (sorry for spelling! bean soup), Duck Confit, and a fish special, We also added drinks and dessert for 3 the total came to $153.32. If one just looks at the numbers it seems as though the meal was rather expensive. However, the service, sides and salads made this a memorable evening for a rather fair tariff. The restaurant is located in an old historical home for the area that was renovated to include a bar, outdoor seating and additional small seating rooms for maximum ambiance and minimal noise and distraction. Kim Paradise, the manager that evening was visible, but non intrusive; congenial but not overbearing and a pleasure to meet. She managed several rooms of diners and staff with a firm, but knowledgeable hand. We experienced a nice unhurried pace while dining, but one that kept pace with the kitchen so that our food arrives at the correct temperature and timing. Well worth the short trip from our main location in the warehouse district!