The first two are easy to answer (the Aviation and yes). The last question, naturally, is more difficult, but the Fork and Wrench’s back-story necessitates some consideration of the subject. For two years, owners Jason Sanchez and Andy Gruver labored on the interior of the restaurant, formerly the Pur Lounge, remaking it into a warren of spaces, each with a different motif. A short climb up several steps from the restaurant’s main entrance, the “study,” for example, is a hold-all for bric-a-brac: shelves of books, pinned and framed insect and butterfly collections, black-and-white photos, an empty birdcage. The remnants of charcoal wallpaper that cling like paper stalactites to the wall were hung recently, distressed and pulled down to create the shabby chic look, a server explains.