Yep, it's time to play that game again. The one where you make a reservation for a restaurant, head to the address and then have no idea where the door is. This eatery is the latest one to camouflage itself—what looks like a simple office is really an eatery specializing in farm-to-table foodstuffs at reasonable prices. If you're confounded about the door, just try that seedy looking alley—it's a lot less sketchy than it seems once it leads you to to the door. If you're still flustered from not being able to find your way, hit the cocktail list. Libations like a classic Sazerac are available for $12 a pop. As far as the food goes, expect a wide selection of locally sourced fare. Check out the black sea bass served with smashed rutabaga or the black-eyed pea bisque with shallots. If one thing makes this game of hide-and-seek worthwhile, it's the prices. All of the entrees are available for $20 or less—a very hard to find deal in this burgeoning hood.