The true test of a great dining establishment isn't how impressive it is when it debuts but whether the quality of food and service remain consistently high year in and year out. The unfathomably overlooked and perennially underrated Two Chefs has never been better. Some of the original signature dishes — such as a flaky-crusted escargot potpie with smoked pork; two mammoth slices of sweet, juicy meat loaf wrapped in bacon; and seven signature souffles — still thrill. Yet through judicious use of nightly specials, the two chefs pepper their plates with fresh ideas and locally seasonal ingredients. The room is lovely in a warm, curvy, bistro-like manner, and the terrifically talented staff will likewise put you at ease. A fabulous back bar is stocked with exotic vodkas, gins, rums, and whatnot from countless countries.