Breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner, a meal at Murray Circle never disappoints. Executive Chef Justin Everett trained in some of California's top kitchens, including Bouchon and Auberge du Soleil. Over the years he's formed relationships with Northern California ranchers, farmers, and fishermen, which means diners get to taste the finest local ingredients. Choose to eat in the more formal tin-roofed dining room with its cozy fireplaces or grab a seat on the historic porch and take in the bay views.
Breakfast dishes, such as the house made chorizo omelet with avocado and goat cheese, are well worth waking up for. At dinner, don't miss the Fresh Ocean Stew, loaded with gulf prawn, Monterey squid, house chorizo, and Rancho Gordo heirloom beans, or opt for the chef's tasting menu and allow the wine director to help you choose the perfect pairings from the restaurant's 2,000-plus bottle cellar. Lucky guests have the luxury of indulging in room service or ordering a picnic lunch for an afternoon hike.