One of Cahors’s best brasseries is in a restored mansion from the turn of the 20th century in the center of town. Meals at this popular spot might include fresh trout from the Pyrenées served with leeks in vinaigrette, and Quercy lamb flavored with walnuts and Espelette peppers, all depending on what chef Jean-Francois Dive has found locally. The wine list includes an excellent sampling of Cahors vintages but also draws its bottles from further afield in France. Reservations recommended.