Tuesday, August 2
Have you ever found yourself near the junction of Arnold Drive and Carneros Hwy, on the border of Sonoma and Napa valleys, unable to make a decision which wines to explore cuz your belly is rumbling?
Next time, you just might want to stop in to grab a bite at Sage Fine Food & Provisions in the heart of Cornerstone (that place with the big, exaggerated, undulating white picket fence).
They've got something for just about everyone [in case you have a car full of disparate palates]. In my many varied and numerous samplings over time, it's been consistently fresh, flavorful and satisfying.
Everything from gorgeous beet and greek salads
to Italian roasted chicken
to marinated grilled veggies
and a wide variety of sweet treats. **Tip for chocoholics dining al fresco: If it's one of those gloriously heat-filled wine country days and you have a hankering to try their chocolate truffles, enjoy the truffles as a first course, before the sun gets 'em [this tip comes to you courtesy of personal experience].
There's also indoor seating with abundant a/c for those not seeking to defrost themselves from the chill of San Francisco's summer.
Posted by katiechrist at 11:54 AM