When the beautiful people want to eat beautiful food, they head to Sacre Bleu. This new see-and-be-scene restaurant initially served dinner until 11 p.m. But the demand for late-night dining was so high that it's since extended its kitchen hours beyond midnight. At any time of the evening, chef Don Gragg offers up French delights in the nouvelle spirit, using local ingredients and bringing his own flair to the flavor combinations. The exquisite dishes that result will grab your attention. And so will Sacre Bleu's other amenities: a cool bar with low lighting, a snappy staff and a good wine list, with a variety of champagnes for wee-hours celebrating. If you're not quite up to a full meal at this hour, Sacre Bleu is happy to let you order a bunch of appetizers and dessert, which means you can end your night with pan-seared scallops with coral butter and early truffles and a chocolate mousse. Or maybe that'll just get the evening started.