Housed in a restored Craftsman bungalow with a beautiful stone fireplace and a wide front porch for summer dining, this restaurant combines a historical setting with excellent food that draws on a wide range of influences. The pork osso buco with green-chili polenta is a real winner. At lunch, try the crab-cake po’ boy sandwich, a rarity on regional menus. There’s a good selection of reasonably priced wines, too.