This sister restaurant to the highly-regarded Trellis takes its comfort food very seriously, but mixes in a bit of French-accented fun. The front of the bistro is set aside for diners stopping for coffee, while the rest of the dining room is for diners (and it hums with activity). Breakfast is hearty, with massive omelettes, eggs over white beans, or creamed chipped beef. Lunch ranges from a shrimp po' boy to French dip. At dinner, bring your appetite: after escargots bourguignon or a charcuterie plate, you'll likely be tempted to try the seared duck breast, steak frites, or chicken crepes (all are very tasty). It's OK if you want a hamburger; they add bacon and a fried egg to theirs for extra oomph. Or try one of the plates of the day, perhaps braised goat on Monday or sweetbreads on Sunday. Brunch, served Sundays 11am to 3pm, will satisfy even the most ravenous of diners with its array of breakfast and lunch favorites.