The menu is ever-changing at this beloved locally owned eatery that stocks nearly eight dozen types of wine, but count on spry twists such as asiago fries, “Monkey Balls” of seasoned rice served with cream cheese and spicy mayo dipping sauce, coconut curry poached shrimp, and a full slate of fresh sushi. It’s upscale without taking itself too seriously, a mode that proves itself Sundays at 12:30pm when a highly amusing Drag Gospel Brunch show entertains diners. Fair warning: We have received multiple reports of erratic service standards, so our recommendation is hanging by a thread.