Boar’s Breath

Published September 25, 2013

I’ll post a photo but just warning you it will just make your mouth water and wish you were near Middletown. Where’s Middletown? Pretty much smack dab in the middle of California. It is also the home of the Boar’s Breath restaurant where you can get a delightful black cherry martini and the most succulently tender and juicy pork chop covered in a rich sauce with buttermilk mashed potatoes. Their Petaluma Farms organic half chicken in a roasted chicken stock jus with buttermilk mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables was succulently tender, juicy, and full of flavor. I think it is also one of the healthier things I’ve had in the last few weeks 😉

They also have a wonderful selection of wines by the glass, showing off the delicious wine styles of the county’s volcanic soil and high elevation vines. It is only open for dinner but just a short leisurely drive from Kelseyville so travel on one of the beautiful days here, where above the fog layer, it’s sunny almost every day. There are plenty of wineries nearby for you to make an afternoon of it.

More appellation adventures from my month in this region.


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