Cool, clean lines with liberal use of wood and stone make for a casual, comfortable place for a leisurely evening. Begin with a plate of smoky grilled young artichokes, served with a lemony aioli and charred lemon halves. Generous entrée salads include one with shredded baby kale layered with fennel and grapefruit sections and topped with slices of avocado and seared ahi tuna, all lightly bathed in a tart vinaigrette. Butter flecked with rosemary and amped with Dijon coats a Scottish salmon filet, roasted atop a cedar plank for woodsy infusion. The haystack of rosemary garlic fries alongside provides a good balance of crunch. It’s hard to resist Worth the Wait, the pomegranate-rosemary gin martini teased with agave and fresh lemon.