Thursday, October 18, 2007

The World is Flat Bread

After pouring for the wine fans at Celebration of Harvest, We dared to try to race to Flatbread in Los Alamos so we could put our name in for a table. By some good fortune we got our name called in less than an hour. We ran into Norm Yost of Flying Goat and his party who were still waiting so we offered to combine our tables and had a great time. Great people, great food! We found out some wine scoop too: Norm is making a Pinot Noir this year from a vineyard in Avila Beach.

Flatbread can be challenging when its crowded but the food is just outstanding. You'll find lots of local winemakers here having dinner. And there is NO CORKAGE so bring in a great wine or two you found out tasting. We had an amazing fresh squash harvest soup and a yummy buratta cheese margarita pizza special. I love ending a day of wine adventures here. Check it out the next time you are touring Santa Ynez Valley. Actually don't, because that way I can still get a table.

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