Stopped for a late lunch on a Thursday before the season heats up. A winery we had visited recommended them, knowing not all places were open this time of year. The restaurant was empty, but the waiter was attentive and knew his stuff. We ordered the two flights of red wine. One was very light and we enjoyed the second one with richer tastes better. One flight was $8 and the other $9, both with three samples. They served us bread to start. It was nice and warm and crusty on the exterior. The Cuban sandwich was very good and was served with tortilla chips and a slightly spicy salsa with corn and beans. We also had the falafel. They were dense, but moist inside. They came with three dipping sauces, two which were a little spicy and good.
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