Too many South Florida restaurateurs take the easy way out in terms of design. Minimalist art, chrome fixtures, white furniture as far as the eye can see: Frankly, it's dull and more than a little played-out. When Mike Saperstein and Evan David last year debuted their first full-service restaurant, they sidestepped the "IKEA showroom meets South Beach salon" aesthetic entirely. The duo hired Lake Worth artist Adam Sheetz to blanket the entire space from front to back and top to bottom in original, one-of-a-kind art. Sheetz's cheeky paintings and collage-like tabletops (each one is different) inject a level of personality seldom seen in South Florida restaurants, let alone in staid Boca Raton. Odds and ends (glass jars, wooden boxes, and other curios) blend with a mix of reclaimed and refinished furniture.