When his wife received a job opportunity in Cleveland, Chef Anthony Vicente left behind his position at the renowned Michelin-rated Pierre Gagnaire restaurant in Paris. Upon arrival, the Frenchman reassembled his passion for haute cuisine, along with several Statues of Liberty, into a select menu featuring the culinary crème de la crème. Start by waking up a sluggish palate with appetizers such as the red beet carpaccio with spinach, curry dressing, goat cheese, and smoked bacon ($8) or the paella with calamari and chorizo ($10) before dazzling it with dinner entrees that include rack of lamb with mashed carrots and mint emulsion ($24) and duck breast with mustard mashed potatoes and passion fruit sauce ($22). Everything can be sided with à la carte items like creamy leeks and mashed celery root ($5 each). Discriminating diners may also select an appetizer, entree, dessert, and two glasses from Taste's extensive red, white, and sparkling wine lists (under $10 per glass) for a prix fixe rate of $49.