Westport Winery isn't TOO far from where I live. That means it's less than an hour drive. Anyway, we are wine club members here because they have the first wine I ever tasted that I actually enjoyed (Ancient Mariner. FTW)! Once I had that, I was hooked, tried a few more wines, found some more that I liked, and we became wine club members. That means that we go here at least once every 3 months to pick up our wines, and usually we eat when we pick up our wines. Often we're here for lunch, and their lunch menu doesn't have nearly as many gluten-free options as the dinner menu, which means I'm stuck with a salad. I don't really mind. I'm used to it. But still, salad can get old. But not their crab louie with honey-thousand dressing. It's good. REALLY good. Real crab... well, it would be a travesty if it wasn't, since they're only a few miles from Westport and the fishing/crabbing industry there. But I digress. So I order the crab louie every time, and I never feel like I'm being stuck with a salad. Of course, adding a glass of Ancient Mariner and the gluten-free lava cake for dessert doesn't hurt with the not-feeling-stuck-with-a-salad feeling.
If you are here when they are busy, service can be a little slow, especially since everything is made-to-order. I don't see this as a downside here though. Slow at McDonalds is a deal-killer. Slow at a winery, where the atmosphere is made to slow down, enjoy a glass of wine over a table with friends, and savor both food and life, is part of the experience, and not a bad part.
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