I've had lunch and dinner at Campo Fina. Both were excellent, with the lunch next to the Bocce court on the back patio being especially enjoyable. But it was too hot for dinner when we last ate there so we were inside, which is dark but had a nice buzz. Clearly lots of the other diners were enjoying it. Service was excellent. The menu is limited. Wines mostly are from Sonoma County, but that's to be expected for a town that sits in the middle of such a great wine area. We had a Knez Pinot that was excellent and moderately priced. I enjoyed a hanger steak, not much of culinary surprise there. My wife had a chicken dish that was superb, the ingredients blended in a small cast-iron pot and heated into a kind of thick stew. Savory and innovative.
All in all, great dining at moderate expense.
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