Puritain & Company is a farm-t0-table Inman Square restaurant created by chef/owner Will Gilson, who actually grew up on a local farm. My husband and I went with friends earlier this winter, and liked it a lot—the food and the atmosphere. Unlike some other dining establishments of late, the menu, while on trend, is absolutely accessible. The food was inventive but not the least bit weird, and all of it was delicious. Between us we had a couple of different salads (the mesclun was way too salty though), raw oysters, grilled oysters (gorgeous), clam chowder (delicious and superbly presented—the creamy soup is poured over a row of clams at the table), pork belly, and more. We would definitely go again. And just might. We have friends in the neighborhood with whom we’re due for a date.