See Marion in the morning for a buttery croissant and a steaming café au lait. Return a few hours later, grab a seat on her sun-soaked patio, and watch the crowds go by as you sip white wine and nibble on a towering platter stuffed with half a lobster and a half-dozen each of oysters, shrimp, clams, and mussels ($59). Then, after the sun sets, find yourself back in the warm embrace of her gilded dining room draped in palm fronds. Dangling amber lamps and bronze cookware provide the backdrop for her pièce de résistance: a rotisserie chicken ($42) made in the kitchen under the watch of Michelin-pedigreed Jean Paul Lourdes. It's a crisp-skinned and juicy-fleshed treasure. Preparation is a lengthy process: Birds are pumped full of a sweet-salty brine and then gently roasted for an hour and a half. The mound of plump marble potatoes resting beneath them bastes in the bird's drippings to become rich and creamy. Finish things off with a scoop of homemade ice cream ($2) from a rotating selection that has included Valrhona chocolate and fresh mango, and spend your final waking hours dreaming about doing it all over again.