An enclosed porch makes for an airy, expanded dining room, while a new bar, with tall stools and a cozy banquette, provides a fresh space for a casual small-plates dinner with wine. Molly McCook continues to hone her skills with garden goods, as we found in her cleverly simple market tomato salad, mixing three varieties with olives, local cucumber and onion, chunks of feta, and torn grilled bread in parsley vinaigrette. The hefty pork porterhouse, rubbed in paprika and grilled, sat cloaked in pepper-onion sauté with wilted radicchio, flavored with chile-spiked honey atop a pool of creamed grits. A vegetarian hit, the layered parmigiana starred locally grown eggplant, yellow squash, crushed tomatoes, and the chef’s own ricotta, and it came with arugula teased with basil–pine nut vinaigrette. The seasonal wine list is packed with unusual finds.