This place is a real find, I don't know why more people haven't discovered it and ruined the intimate atmosphere, but hey! Better for us! It is hidden away in a 1917 California craftsman style house-turned restaurant about 15 years ago. There are several rooms in which to enjoy your relaxed, French meal, whether it be on the charming outside patio, with swooping curtains to provide enough privacy, or my favorite, the small front room in front of a cozy fireplace near the bar, or in the fabulous table-hopping back room. The entrees are all very delicious but I have made it a habit to eat the appetizers as entrees, almost tapas style. I have never been disappointed and favor the avocado salad, mushroom ravioli, to-die-for Mac and cheese (french-style) or the french pizza (called by some French name, they'll know what you mean). A varied and delicious selection of wines are offered by an extremely knowledgeable and disarming bartender to help you select one that will best compliment your wonderful meal. You can usually just drop in for lunch and dinner, I almost never make a reservation but that depends on if you feel lucky. This place is a great hidden gem, enjoy.
Pros: ambience, parking, relaxing atmosphere