Made our homage to Cambria for some deep relaxation. Here's our food experience.
Robin's for dinner and lunch was the highlight of this trip. SO had tandori shrimp - well reviewed by Zagat's - and rightly so. I had a shrimp fetticine w/ capers and tomatoes - light and fresh. The Ahi appetizer was served w/ pickled cukes and shaved daikon - a knockout. Lunch was also great - chicken club w/ applewood smoked bacon for SO and portabello mushroom sandwich for me. Even the side salads included diced beets, yellow bell peppers, etc.
Sea Chest was great for very basic/vanilla seafood. It is exactly what you'd expect for a good non-fancy seafood joint. We managed to see the sunset in a cozy room. They take cash only, BTW. Worth eating here.
Chenoa - had mixed experience. I had skirt steak w/ chimichuri sauce - very ordinary and a bit boring. Came w/ "potato cakes" - I was expected crispy. Well it must be deep fried mashed potatoes - crunchy outside and viscous interior. SO loved his lamb chops - some of the best he'd had.
Indigo Moon continues as our favorite place to get lunch. Delicious sandwiches - grilled eggplant for me and smoked salmon for him. Paired w/ a fresh Sauv. Blanc. Just great.