Beneath a ceiling painted with a cloud-speckled sky, bistro-style chairs, faux-stone walls, and French signage evoke an outdoor Parisian café. After passing through an arched doorway, low light illuminates a sea mural on the wall, vines interwoven in a latticed ceiling, and a painting of the Eiffel Tower. American Culinary Federation–certified chef Erich Weber’s take on traditional French and Mediterranean dishes further transports guests to a European cityscape.
He folds meat, cheese, and sweets into delicate crepes, crowns juicy steaks with rich bordelaise or compound garlic butter, and tosses pastas with herb-studded sauces—all easily paired with wine by the glass or bottle. On the weekends, guests chew to the rhythm of live music, then take the advice of Caza’s wall signs, which suggest "Bon Appetit" and "Le Bathroom This Way."