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The craft cocktails at this neighborhood restaurant are criminally delicious, and the wine list draws kudos, so you could just come here to drink. But better yet, come here to eat and drink (maybe during happy hour, Mon–Fri 5–6pm). I have friends who come just for the foraged lettuces salad, house-made charcuterie, and artisan cheeses. I find the lamb and pistachio pate habit forming. So is the seared pork chop with apricot, honeycomb, and rosemary. The menu is short, the food is impeccably fresh, and the touch is light when required and hearty when it needs to be. Share some small plates if you don’t want an entree.