With only 37 seats, this tiny neighborhood restaurant with a tiny menu consistently delivers a huge dining experience. Ever since it opened in 2009, Melissa Perello’s baby has remained a top place in the city. Its eclectic menu includes choices as varied as seared king salmon with creamed corn, English peas, black garlic, and charred shishito pepper; or Liberty duck confit with ricotta dumpling, grilled broccolini, and habañero stone fruit jam. Don’t miss the applewood-smoked bacon beignets—you dip them in crème fraîche with maple and chive. For dessert, the lumberjack cake—apple, kumquat, Medjool dates, and maple ice cream—is a crowd pleaser, as is the clever idea of selling house red and white wines for the bargain price of $1.80 an ounce. Make a reservation up to 60 days in advance, or walk in and sit at the bar.