This upscale grill looks elegant—dark wood pillars, semi-circular booths and intimate tables for two—but the comfortable surroundings aren't the least bit stuffy. Curtains and frosted glass divide the dining room from the lounge area, where photos of 19th-century Camarillo adorn the walls. The lunch sandwiches are tasty, as are the house-made potato chips with dip. For dinner, try the rack of lamb with caramelized Brussels sprouts. An expanded happy hour offers a variety of libations.