This restaurant with a sloping wood-beamed ceiling is at its best on warm afternoons and evenings, when you can sit on the patio and bask in the views of the Kunde vineyards and the Sugarloaf Mountains. The same scene also unfolds through the French doors of the airy dining room, where longtime patrons savor competently prepared French-inspired dishes such as cassoulet and beef bourguignon, along with pork tenderloin piccata, hearty hamburgers, and oysters on the half
shell. The walnut tart and the flourless Swiss chocolate cake with raspberry coulis are popular for dessert. The wine list is very good, especially when it comes to local bottlings, and you can also order cocktails from the full bar.