We enjoyed this restaurant immensely and it has immediately become a new favorite. The ambiance is great with a very pretty outdoor garden patio in the back and some private booths. There are a number of cozy tables and several chef’s tables where everyone seems to mingle in great fashion. The menu consists of mostly Mediterranean small plates with French, Italian and Spanish influences. They, and a few larger plates, are served family style and are meant to be shared. The menu changes weekly but the pommes frites with aioli and mussels with Pernod are staples. All dishes, including asparagus and leek tart, pork ribs, and hazelnut crusted halibut were excellent. The warm rhubarb brown butter cake and coup a cote desserts were spectacular. There is a very creative cocktail list and an extensive wine list of mostly Mediterranean wine with about 40 wines by the glass. Some of the wine offerings are not typically seen. Service is top notch and our server, Jon, was very knowledgeable about the dishes and the ingredients. This restaurant is very popular and reservations are highly recommended. Dine early if you can.