Butchers Hill Society's menu skews American bistro where traditional items like charcuterie plates, hanger steak frites, and pheasant liver paté rub elbows with lobster tempura, sautéed edamame, and pear and prosciutto flatbread. This makes it easy to come in for a casual drink and a bite or a full dinner, as necessary. Certainly, a flatbread and a salad could make a satisfying light meal for one. The very mild-mannered Mediterranean lamb flatbread ($13) piles on the ingredients—cherry tomatoes, Kalamata olives, feta, red peppers, and nubs of ground lamb. It is tame, not overly spicy, and will not offend diners who think they don't like lamb. Likewise, the silky pheasant rillettes ($7)—all smoothness and light—boast no gaminess, though there's a slight kick in the homemade crackers that accompany.