Elegant simplicity is the hallmark of this renowned restaurant in an 18th-century farmhouse 2 miles up a back road. You'll find delicacies such as lamb loin with huckleberry gastrique, and a serving of oysters cooked three ways—in green goddess sauce, poached in cream with spinach and shallots, and chilled with green garlic and chives—on the regularly changing menu. Much of what appears depends on what is ready for harvest in the restaurant's abundant garden. The 10-course "Indulgence Menu," prepared "at the whim of the chef," goes for $135. A bit more affordable is the Friday-night bistro menu, which will set you back $40. You're encouraged to dress up, which means no shorts, but jeans are OK, and the restaurant has nixed the jackets-required policy for men.