Claude Pottier’s namesake 90-seat BYOB is now in North Wildwood, having moved south after seven seasons in tony Stone Harbor. Pottier’s food seems to grow more sophisticated and elegant each year. A cosmopolitan flair that’s natural and unstuffy pervades the restaurant. The corner entrance opens into a funky bistro-feeling room with a black-and-white-checkered floor. Lamps from Turkey hang in the front room; those in the back room are of wrought iron and from Mexico. There are fresh roses on the table, and cloth napkins. Pottier’s cooking is bold and confident, and he uses excellent ingredients, many from local South Jersey markets, to create seasonal dishes like seafood crepes, horseradish-crusted halibut, and Ligurian-style cioppino.