I loved the layout of this French-style bistro, with the dining area partially elevated 3/4's of the way around the lower bar area. There was plenty of seating for the happy hour in the bar area; our dining area was lovely, and the outdoor patio area also looked lovely. Took the elevator up to the rooftop bar and definitely could imagine having a great party up there. We went on a Wednesday, so there was a jazz duo (talented guitarist and singer) playing in an area that made it just the right volume for the dining area. Our server was friendly and very helpful with our questions about the menu, which was not overly-expansive but had a wonderful variety of options. Each entrée was a complete meal at a very reasonable price for the high quality - no need to pay extra for side dishes. We shared the very tasty goat cheese appetizer, my duck confit was delicious, as was my husband's sea bass. Both just the right amount of food. Nice selection of wines. I'm a sucker for a St. Emilion, which was a bit more expensive per glass, but my husband's choice of the inexpensive house Côtes du Rhône was very good. Finished our meal by sharing the crème brulée, which was delicious and beautifully presented with generous portions of thinly sliced strawberries and blueberries. The only improvement would be if the staff spoke French, but that is a rarity here. Highly recommend.