From the dusky, low-key, Southwest-themed dining room to the covered limestone patio with its chest-high fireplace, this is Texas chic. Everything, even the coffee and art on the walls, is locally produced and evolves with the seasons. The menu is supported by the usual pillars of palate—double-cut pork chop, cedar plank salmon, roasted chicken—but we were excited to sample treats like succulent lamb meatballs nestled in pappardelle and a Wagyu filet seasoned perfectly to enhance the velvety beef flavor. The signature Navajo Blanket is a fusion of Tex-Mex and Caribbean featuring grilled Gulf shrimp and spiced plantain “fries.” We could easily make a meal of just starters, like the generous wedge of Texas goat cheese spread with a tangy red chile marinade, served with hot-from-the-oven pepita flatbread and baby greens. We recommend getting the alpha and omega of desserts: both the silken crème brûlée and the dense dark-chocolate torte.