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Standout restaurants in Colmar area - food AND views?

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My parents are visiting me and we are taking a long weekend in Colmar. We plan to also spend some time driving around to neighboring villages. We'll eat all dinners in Colmar, but I think we will eat our lunches in the surrounding areas. Still not positive exactly where, considering Ribeauville, Riquewihr, Obernai, Andlau/Barr, Dambach-la-Ville... Still figuring it out! I would love a couple of recommendations of restaurants with outdoor seating that are in beautiful settings - i.e., on a riverbank surrounded by flowers, on a hilltop overlooking a medieval village.. A really stunning setting and also nice food, of course! (I would rule out any insanely priced 3-star Michelin $50 per app places - we're saving for the next 10 days which will be in Sicily!) I heard Ami Fritz is nice, but doesn't seem to have a particularly exceptional setting.

Many thanks for any recommendations in this area!

mp413

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