A couple of weeks ago, I asked for recommendations in Sonoma County for our anniversary dinner. After much debate, we decided to try Dry Creek Kitchen. We were there early (5:30) and got an outside table. It was a beautiful night. The outside chairs were pretty uncomfortable, but that's a relatively small point. My wife had an endive salad and I had tomato soup to begin. We then had a rack of lamb for two. Everything tasted very fresh and natural. Generally, I prefer complex flavors and combinations of ingredients, but the pure tastes really hit the spot. Service was very good. We brought our own Sonoma County wine ('74 Simi reserve that held up extremely well), which they decanted and served very nicely. There is no corkage charge on Sonoma wines. Because of this, the price was very reasonable (well under $100 for two, including shared desert).