This hip joint abandons the homey vibe of many Wine Country spots for a more urban feel. Electronic music plays quietly in the background while servers ferry inventive seasonal cocktails. The food is as stylish as the couples cozying up next to each other on the banquette seats. Make a light meal out of starters like "The Artisan," a bountiful plate of cheeses and charcuterie, or settle in for the evening with such dishes as bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin with stone-ground
polenta or crispy young chicken served with roasted brussels sprouts, and egg-yolk ravioli. During warm weather the open-air patio is the place to be.