In three days in Martinborough we ate here three times. It's just a wonderful place to hang out, eat, and drink. Starting with the staff - all were engaging, great senses of humor, and most helpful in selecting a good beer or wine to match their food. It was the people above all the made us eager to come back repeatedly. Then the menu. I've seen complaints about limited selection, but I think that's a good thing. The dishes were well selected, made with the freshest local ingredients, and (at least in our experience) done extremely well. Over the course of the three visits we tried a good percentage of the menu and enjoyed everything (particular thumbs up for the mussels and the fish in papillote with minted potatoes). Everything paired really nicely with wines from their ample list - both whites and reds, with a focus on the pinots of the area but also wines from around the country. If you're not a wine drinker, they had a few taps of tasty craft beers. Last, but most definitely not least, the decor. We absolutely loved the juxtaposition of the kitschy (but cool) '70s interior - awesome light fixtures - and the staid 1930s post office building in which the place is located. The soundtrack kept us there for several additional glasses after we'd finished our meal - tunes from the 1970s-1980s that were as carefully hand picked as the menu. If you can understand the origins of the restaurant name, you will dig the music. Come in for a glass of wine and a chat and a few songs and you'll end up staying for dinner for sure.
If we make it back to Martinborough, we'll definitely make our first stop the comfortable easy chairs out front of Cool Change!
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