The strip's best looking real estate that's not the Body Shop

This barn-esque bistro's got a reclaimed wood-laden indoor/outdoor dining room with a communal table and sofa-like seating, plus a garden laced with for-the-restaurant ingredients ranging from strawberries to bay leaves, and an eclectic menu featuring braised beef cheek w/ garlic jus, buttered sunchokes, and roasted carrots; crisp pork belly w/ polenta, watercress, shallot and currant salad; and bacon, cauliflower, and pecorino-sided wild white shrimp, although, to be fair, since marrying, Verne Troyer has calmed down a lot.