Southern comfort food in the heart of Wine Country
Southern comfort food is hardly what comes to mind when thinking about the cuisine of California's Wine Country. Yet, that's exactly what you get at this unassuming diner along scenic Highway 121. Think grandma's recipes inspired by the local bounty. Nearly everything is made from scratch, including the buttermilk biscuits, breads, pickles, and an array of meats and sausages. Eggs for breakfast come from hens raised on nearby farms. Even the decor, with vintage mason jars, Coca-Cola bottles, chalk-board menus, and chicken-wire backed shelving, signals not only another region but another era. The place fills up quickly and eating here feels like a neighborhood gathering of friends and family.
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