This Lakeview neighborhood bistro offers a menu of American fare with global touches in a cozy, candlelit dining room that tends to draw families in the early evening and couples as the night wears on. The entree lineup is heavy on meat and seafood options�think red wine-braised short ribs or pan-seared whole trout infused with fresh herbs and lemon�and shows some Italian influence. Chef Todd Sosamon has logged time in kitchens across the U.S., including Intercontinental Hotel, A Mano Italian Restaurant and Bin 36 locally. Try his braised short ribs, slow-cooked in Fat Tire Ale, served on a bed of polenta and brussel sprouts and finished with a fig reduction. The concise wine list is approachable, with plenty of options in the $20 and $30 range and nearly nothing more than $50.