Went there for a wedding anniversary lunch yesterday, best meal I've had on the Olympic Peninsula since the days of Wild Coho in Port Townsend. The food is local and organic wherever possible and the menu identifies local suppliers.
We started with a cup each of local spot prawn bisque that really tasted of the shrimp. We shared mains of a 'Smokey' pizza (wood fired), with toppings that included homemade chorizo and Salumi finnochiona and pan-fried oysters with red-pepper remoulade and mixed green salad. Then desserts of honey and lavender creme brulee and 'chocolate bliss', a flourless layered dessert with chocolate ganache, rasberry puree and almonds. Everything we ate was well prepared and really tasted of its ingredients. A good wine list that includes some interesting choices by the glass, we had one each of Albarino and Manzanilla. And all that topped wih excellent service and a bill for $62.