Executive chef Jesse Frost’s concise menu features mostly locally sourced ingredients put to good use in well-executed entrées like double-cut pork chops, grilled salmon, hearty ribeyes, and roasted chicken, paired with sides that include suitably al dente mac and cheese and perfectly charred asparagus. Pleasant surprises, though, were imaginative starters like the chile-lime fries, which made us excited about french-fried potatoes again; the wonton-wrapped shrimp with a sweet-chile glaze; and the goat cheese plate, which we could have made a meal of: a mound of fresh cheese garnished with earthy ancho marmalade and accompanied by baby greens and flatbread. Reservations are a good idea.