House-made everything—with ingredients brought in from local farmers—makes a meal here one you'll remember. Mornings are busy with locals grabbing a baked good and coffee on the run while others indulge in a sit-down brunch. At dinner try one of the favorable rotating dishes that may include oven-roasted halibut over pea risotto with rhubarb compote. The rustic-chic space is enhanced with fresh flowers in mason jars topping communal tables and colorful bandannas used as napkins. Service is relaxed but very knowledgeable and attentive. Staff works well with the folks in the open kitchen to accommodate those with food sensitivities.