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Lunch daily noon-3pm
Looking for some country charm and lunch with a view? You won't be disappointed with Patricia's Table at Brown Brothers' historic winery-cellar door. The menu is modern, the food is complex without being overworked and each dish is served with a matching wine. A splash of vermentino pairs neatly with a crisp, plump arancino with lightly pickled mushrooms, a fine goat's cheese bavarois and parmesan-rich tuiles. Riesling lifts a Chinese-inspired steamed duck bun, its juicy meat well wrapped in a chewy dough, with house-made plum sauce that balances sweet and sour. Such earthy appeal is contrasted by the freshness of a shredded poached chicken and cucumber salad with fried peanuts, which gets extra zing and gloss from a black-sesame-seed dressing. To finish, a refreshing moscato complements a raspberry and meringue fool with white chocolate crumble and peach sorbet.
2 courses $77, 3 courses $89
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