Within this softly lit bistro, locals are greeted by name and couples share intimate dinners. Given the focus on quality ingredients, there isn’t a bad choice on the menu. I recommend the squash soup if it’s available or the tossed salad with pickled pears and blue cheese crumbles. The frequently changing menu might include entrées like a quinoa-crusted cauliflower steak, a slow-braised beef shank, tri-tip ravioli, and a salmon fillet with a dill/fennel beurre blanc sauce. Save room for the chocolate butter cake with a coulis made from locally sourced elderberries.