We love this restaurant. Quiet, personal, yummy food. Especially the quiche made right there with fresh, local ingredients. Andd the tasty pulled pork. Understand about hours. Have gotten used to checking google AND the business website AND also calling the establishment before making plans. Too few staff has upended every small enterprise. Not pleasant for anyone. Thanks Mary, for being there for us.
Would love to have tried them but we could not find them. Both google and Apple Maps took us to an abandoned building. Tried calling twice and got a nondescript answering machine. Not sure if they are still open.
The place is closed for meals. It does offer catering and great baked goods
It is completely amazing to me that I can finally sit down at a restaurant and have gluten free meals and baked goods that are delicious. The owner is extremely friendly and fantastic, she answers all my questions as to how she cooks the gluten free meals. It's a quiet, relaxing atmosphere with tons of amazing things to look at and buy made by local artists.
Our group of retired teachers met at Tastes of Wine Country today for a lengthy meeting. I scheduled this event over a month ahead and had several conversations with owner, Mary Reed. We were delighted with everything about our experience!!! I always had informative and helpful conversations and flexibility with planning. Price was more than reasonable. The facility is immaculate and attractive, and the food was amazing! Mary provided a delicious table of morning scones, coffee cake, pastries, donuts and all were freshly made on site. Full coffee and tea service as well. Our luncheon buffet was hot and ready when we were more than 2 hors later! Fresh salad with homemade signature dressings, quiches, ziti and warm bread, yummy chicken......and a table of ooh/ash desserts!!! No rush! Lovely and welcoming! We are thrilled!!!
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