We stopped in for happy hour. The restaurant is small so I think reservations would be needed for dinner. Of all the restaurants in Calistoga that we ate in this is the best. They don't have a large happy hour menu but the food made up for it. The happy hour wines were also good. The risotto mozzarella ball was large and flavorful. Ordered the braised pork and beef meatball. This large meatball came with a red wine tomato sauce. It was tender and the sauce complimented it. I think the best was the polenta fries with tomato sauce. The polenta was crisp on the outside and creamy on the inside. The sauce was more like a marinara sauce. It was different than the tomato sauces in the other dishes. If we come back to Calistoga we would come here first to eat.
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