Eclectic can be an overused term, but not at this boite tucked away in a plaza in east Jupiter. The "dining room" -- more like a living room-cum-cozy furniture store-cum dark art gallery -- provides a chance to relax with small plates and a selection of wines and beers. The stuffed room's stuff, down to the chandeliers and wall fixtures, is for sale, hence, the price tags hanging everywhere. The menu is all over the culinary map with tapas, main plates, and nibbles: duck pizza, pad Thai, veal Milanese, Greek salad, Asian crepe -- plus a wide variety of sushi on its own menu. Desserts are not afterthoughts -- fat slices of carrot and red velvet cakes make a meal for those who eat the sweets first, a typical attitude of the younger patrons here. Prices are reasonable, and the wine and beer list is a step above the norm, so plan on a wait in season and after the movies let out. Definitely plan for a wait on Valentine's Day, since this restaurant is a first-date tradition in the area.