Restaurant, French, European, $$$
This restaurant eschews modernism in favor of tradition, and is all the better for it. The red check tablecloths, antique decorations, and steins hanging from the rafters give Zum Saüwadalaa homey feel, and the same can be said for the food. Plenty of hearty Alsatian dishes are on the menu, like pork knuckle, braised ham hock in Munster cheese sauce, and choucroute, which is composed of sauerkraut with potatoes and a variety of salted meats. Here, being old-fashioned is certainly not a bad thing.