This 1933 structure has made its way from an old farmhouse to a library to a warm and delightful restaurant. The selection of appetizers is nice, like the duck or steak crostini or the Cajun seafood dip. Entrées are mostly steaks—both Prime and wagyu, cut to order—and seafood, like a cold-water sea bass roasted on a cedar plank and a redfish Pontchartrain over grits. Fresh salads and sides complete the picture. After dinner, step out onto the porch and enjoy a digestif and the breathtaking view of the peaceful countryside.