This small spot melds rural charm with industrial chic. Outside, swings occupy the porch of a modern red barn; inside, things get sleek with high ceilings and galvanized-steel tabletops. The menu of three squares a day updates American classics such as roasted pork chop, served here with sweet potatoes, and chicken and waffles. The flatbread topped with bacon, Point Reyes blue cheese, and portobello mushrooms is a local favorite. There's a good selection of wines by the
glass. One of the rare Wine Country restaurants open all day, Boon Fly makes a convenient mid-morning or late-afternoon stop.