You can still get the over-the-top steaks, chops, seafood, and tater tot poutine that put this splashy restaurant on the map. But comforting “Down Home” meals for two are new, pandemic-era options—and a relative bargain. Order this to go: The fried chicken and biscuit dinner, which includes eight chicken pieces, four biscuits, and hearty sides (creamed spinach, smashed potatoes with pepper gravy, and a chopped salad loaded with lardons and blue cheese dressing) can stretch to serve more people—just depends on your willingness to share the slice of chocolate cake. It’s a deal, at $45. After a ten-minute trip home in a plastic clamshell, the golden-fried chicken remained wonderfully crisp (even leftovers kept their crunch), and the meat was tender and tasty. Pro tip: To-go orders are taken starting at 3, for curbside pickup after 5.

Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.