The Peasant’s Courtyard, Rodney Worth’s spin-off from his Peasant and the Pear, is a childhood dream of what’s for dinner, or lunch, or breakfast. Ribs, burgers, calamari, pasta, pancakes—what’s not to like? Your allowance ought to cover it since few items cost more than $10. The adult appeal here lies in the peaceful outdoor setting and the ingredients, such as highest-quality greens that elevated a simple salad to a seasonal delight, and tender squid fried light as a sea breeze. A pulled pork sandwich married sweet and tangy pork to a fresh, crisp carrot-spiked slaw, all on a soft, barely crusted roll. The ribs on the special were decadent in a good way, their lean meatiness meltingly marbled with fat. Drinks are top shelf, too: An unfiltered organic apple juice tasted like just-picked fruit. The chocoholic dessert will delay your transition to adulthood, with its warm brownie and over-the-top chocolaty yumminess. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.