This West Coast import (the first to open beyond California) lies within the maze that is the Village on the Parkway, but just look for the big central fountain; the restaurant’s front windows and patio look right out on it. District’s “globally inspired shareable plates” concept is nicely executed by chef-partner Aaron Staudenmaier, who uses seasonal ingredients in dishes that skew Asian, Italian, Latin American, and more. The grilled and sliced hanger steak with chimichurri is a robust treat for beef lovers. We also loved the Thai-style mussels, bright with cilantro and lime; the crispy squash blossoms filled with goat cheese and garnished with arugula; and the Market Moonshine angel food cake topped with local blackberries and liquor-infused “hooch jam.” Speaking of which, the selection of bourbons and whiskeys is unrivaled.