The Firefly is a stylish, New York-style, global cuisine restaurant. You can still dine outdoors under a grand old oak tree! The menu changes monthly, but hope you're there the night they are serving tempura-fried Apalachicola oysters. Other selections could include salmon and cream leek pizza with truffle oil; sushi-quality yellowfin tuna in a sherry-soy sauce; a "trio" of tuna, salmon, and pistachio; honey-Dijon-crusted grouper; and sautéed grouper with lump crabmeat in a sherry-butter sauce. Forget the crab cakes. Landlubbers can partake of award-winning beef, veal, lamb, pork, and game dishes. Espresso and tomato braised free-range Texas boar shank, anyone? White-chocolate crème brûlée is among several wonderful sweet endings. There's also an early dining menu and the cozy 535 Library Lounge, featuring a big-screen TV, bona fide books, live music, and great cocktails.