Beth Williams, owner of Cuisine d'Art Café and Catering, has big-city aspirations for her first dinner restaurant, located in the new Wildwood Town Center. The décor hits all the modern-American trends (cast iron, banquettes, chalkboard, open kitchen), while the menu offers reliable favorites. Three different steak preparations are available, as is a lamb "porterhouse": two loin chops nicely accented with a rosemary-herb demiglace. The crab-cake appetizer is quite good. Allow yourself to be tempted by the dessert menu, which includes homey favorites like chocolate-chip cookies as well as very good bread pudding.

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Beth Williams, owner of Cuisine d'Art Café and Catering, has big-city aspirations for her first dinner restaurant, located in the new Wildwood Town Center. The décor hits all the modern-American trends (cast iron, banquettes, chalkboard, open kitchen), while the menu offers reliable favorites. Three different steak preparations are available, as is a lamb "porterhouse": two loin chops nicely accented with a rosemary-herb demiglace. The crab-cake appetizer is quite good. Allow yourself to be tempted by the dessert menu, which includes homey favorites like chocolate-chip cookies as well as very good bread pudding.

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Price: $$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Free, Lot Available


Reservations: Accepted, Recommended on Weekends


Attire: Upscale Casual

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