Historic. Exuding casual elegance in a restored 1863 Italianate-style home, this jewel of a restaurant offers locally-rooted food with an emphasis on finding fresh, organic ingredients for each and every dish. Artisan honey, bread, and house-made pickles are a few of the delights. You must try the rich wild mushrooms risotto with leeks and freshly shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese when available. Lunch is served Saturday and Sunday and the restaurant is closed on Wednesday. For dessert, the flourless chocolate cake with hazelnut ganache and fresh cream is sublime. the waitstaff is knowledgeable and will help pair your meal with a refreshing glass of wine from one of the local vineyards.