The compact menu at this cheerful bistro, a Glen Ellen fixture, focuses on California and French comfort food—pot roast and duck confit, for instance, as well as thin-crust pizza. Steamed mussels are served with terrific crispy fries, which also accompany the sirloin burger. Weekend brunch brings out locals and tourists for French toast, pizza with applewood-smoked bacon and poached eggs, corned-beef hash, and other delights. The unusual no-corkage-fee policy makes this a great place to drink the wine you discovered down the road.
Apr 24, 2008
Not my favorite-most items tasted like they were bought, not house made...