Published March 21, 2013

You’ve got to love a town where the hippy chick sitting next to you at the bar is the organic farmer who grew the broccoli featured in your risotto. No joke! She told me she’d picked it 2 hours ago and that it’s a rare heirloom variety originating in Italy. Dressed on top of the lovely mound of rich rice is the edible flower from this unique plant.

Arugula, Broccoli, and Bacon Risotto

Succulent and inventive dishes like this and others like Kale Caesar and Duck Mole Tostadas are available here with a wonderful selection of local wines. People in this kitchen definitely have a flair for flavor. Many restaurants tout service with a smile but who can really say they genuinely put their heart in it.

Creamy Celery Soup

Creamy Celery Soup


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