|From left to right: Morbier (France), Joe Matos St. George (Santa Rosa), Tomme brulee (Aquitaine, France). That two of these chosen cheeses were from France rather than Napa Valley was a careless accident on my part.|
The restaurant has worn hardwood floors and convivial mustard colored paint on its wood-trimmed walls. The iconic place has gone commercial (you can buy t-shirts, totebags and compotes, and nuts there) which is a turn-off for me, but I still think it has a desirable atmosphere. Reasonable prices.
|A salad of greens dressed in vinaigrette, with toasted walnuts and slivers of pears.|
|On the eve of the Sonoma Jazz Festival.|