, Adam's Eve (3328 Foster Ave.,  327-6984), the Butchers Hill restaurant opened last summer by Mark Littleton (of Annabel Lee and Bistro Rx fame) as a kind of labor of love, is officially Chasseur. And no, the restaurant, under new owner David Tobash, doesn't pay homage to French soldiers or cookware. The name is a tribute to a Baltimore clipper ship often known as the "first Pride of Baltimore." The new name, says executive chef Sean Praglowski, will influence the food "but not in the way you think. It won't be a lot of seafood." The menu, says the former Blue Hill sous chef, "will be heavily Baltimore-influenced comfort food-with a little spin." Look for air-dried fried chicken, sour beef short ribs with dumplings, and meatloaf with horseradish bacon jam.