The Pass, the fine-dining side of The Pass & Provisions, puts on a show a few nights a week. There's no singing and dancing, though. The show is quiet, and it's on the plates. Special-occasion restaurants should be memorable, and The Pass always is. Dishes on the menu, which can be ordered as either a five- or an eight-course tasting, rotate with new offerings a few at a time, so after a few months, it's an entirely new adventure. Chef Terrence Gallivan and chef Seth Siegel-Gardner's careful platings, with artful swaths of sauce, herbal adornments and astute selections of meats, vegetables, fruits and grains, are so beautiful that it seems a shame to eat them. On the other hand, they're so delectable that it would be a shame not to, so there's nothing to do but enjoy with abandon. A meal at The Pass is truly a gift worth giving — and receiving.