You'll find inventive approaches to classics here, including beef, pork, chicken, salmon, halibut, and lamb. The menu highlights fresh ingredients grown in the restaurant's garden and changes seasonally. Weekend brunch has such treats as Creole cheddar polenta with andouille sausage, duck crepes, and cinnamon walnut bread French toast with bananas. The luscious desserts are worth a visit on their own – especially the six-layer coconut cake (featured in Bon Appetit
magazine) and shortbread-topped fruit crisp baked in the woodfire oven. Luna is especially known for its extensive wine list, with more than 900 vintages, and has a wine bar as well. The rose terrace and courtyard are open in summer.