Brothers Jorge and Mark Rausch helped turn the Zona G into a dining destination when, in 2003, they opened this classic French restaurant with wood floors, white walls, and purple banquettes. As the years have gone by, they have moved further away from France and closer to Colombia, adding local ingredients whenever possible. Most commendable is their work with lionfish, an invasive Caribbean reef killer that also tastes great with lulo and tomate de árbol. The wine cellar is one of the deepest in town, and their Sunday brunch is memorable.