This restaurant at this stylish inn is just a mile from Eastsound offers among the most memorable dining experiences on the island. Tucked into a renovated 1869 farmhouse, the dining room and bar serve food that's heavy on local, seasonal ingredients. Island greens, fruits, and seafood are served alongside a regionally focused wine list, and the results are spectacular. In early summer, for example, local veal is accompanied by a wild leek–potato puree and black currant–red
wine sauce. Even the bread is memorable; the restaurant serves housemade sourdough from a starter that's more than 100 years old.