We arrived monday afternoon and we saw that Copia was closed on tues so we through our things down and headed out there. I was planning on going to Zuzu (rec from this site) but the pregnant wife did not feel like tapas. She asked 2 docents at Copia, and they both, separately suggested Celadon. The meal was excellent. She had rack of lamb with garlic mashed potatoes, sauteed spinach & black olive sauce ($17). I had the grilled truffle glazed pork chop w/ sweet potato puree, asparagus & mustard sauce ($20). Both entrees were delicious. The best was our desert. Nectarine, blueberry & dried apple cobbler topped with ice cream. That was to die for. If we were at home, the wife would have licked that bowl clean. Service was excellent (my water glass was never empty) and our waiter was very friendly.
While at Copia, we found out that monday nights they have concerts, so we went back for a great quintet acapella group from SF.
The couple dining next to us, suggested we try The General's Daughter. We went for lunch the following day and that was very good as well. We started with the onion rings for starters. These were a little disappointing. My wife wanted large onion rings, but out came onion strings which were a little on the greasy side. She ordered the turkey sand and I had the reuben, both of which were very delicious.
Thanks for all the recs, but the wife did it her way. Oh well, next time for all of your favorites.
500 Main St Suite G
The General's Daughter
400 W Spain St