Settling in for a dining experience at chef Jason Bond’s luxuriously inventive restaurant is like visiting the dining room of a friend who happens to be an artisan gourmand: There are barely a dozen tables, rock music sets a casual mood, and a single $68 five-course menu (no a la carte options) means that you give yourself over to whatever the chef has planned for that evening. Menu descriptions might include “Mangalitsa pork shoulder, parsley root, hedgehog mushrooms, and walnuts,” or “seared mackerel with foie gras, squash, crosnes, and Perigord truffle vinaigrette.”