Local, modern, west coast cuisine created by award winning Chef Ito and his team. Artisan wines and distinctive cocktails all served up with a side order of fresh ocean air, sailboats and waves. Located in
Inn at Laurel Point.
Sunday brunch from 11am to 3pm is a must! The price of $31/person seemed steep to me, but it is worth every penny! Apart from the regular brunch items of eggs bendict, bacon, and french toast, there were great items such as gnocchi, salmon and bread pudding. There was a manned omlette station and a roast. On the other side of the buffet is the cold section with antipasto items like cheeses, meats, breads and salads. A huge seafood spread had crab legs, smoked salmon, mussels, oysters. And don't get me started on the desserts: cheesecake, rich chocolate cake, creme brulee and individual trifles. Well, that was the brunch, and I'm sure the lunch and dinner are equally great. The seating is modern and has a view of the ocean.
|1.||Laurel Point (23 m)|
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|5.||Chongo's Restaurant (184 m)|
|6.||Hunter's Club Bar And Grill (231 m)|
|7.||Gatsby Mansion Inn & Restaurant (238 m)|
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