This small restaurant was conceived as a familiar, comfortable neighborhood spot with locally-sourced food. The space is opened to the farmer’s market across the street with a large plate glass window. There is a similar opening into the small kitchen, the view of which is partially obscured by a variety of pickled and otherwise preserved items that change with the seasons and as they are consumed. An existing brick wall was rubbed with a plaster and paint mix to create a diffused masonry surface, and salvaged barn wood is sliced and arranged in a seersucker pattern against a sky-blue background on the opposite wall, offset by dark painted-bar base and shelving and a raw zinc bar top. Everything about the space is unassuming, allowing the guests and the food to animate the small dining room.