With its mid-century vibe, this handsome, clubby North Dallas restaurant is a Preston Hollow hot spot. The sprawling space includes a bustling front room with a huge oval bar, a carpeted dining room with cozy booths, and an inviting covered patio. The menu sticks to upscale takes on comforting classics such as salads, grilled meats, seafood, and sandwiches. Plump fried oysters were delicately breaded and presented in the shell atop a delicious duo of aioli and red chile vinaigrette. The crab cake—a main course—was excellent albeit pricey ($44); crispy-crusted, with loads of briny jumbo lump crabmeat, it came with a lovely lemon-dill-caper sauce and a side of thin fries. The Italian beef sandwich held shaved roasted tri-tip, giardiniera, provolone, and broccolini; alongside was a savory jus for dipping. Service is warm, but the kitchen can be slow.