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Want something more upscale for your group dinner? The popular 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar is a great option. The eatery, housed in a vintage adobe building, has a full bar so cocktail lovers will be... Read More
Want something more upscale for your group dinner? The popular 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar is a great option. The eatery, housed in a vintage adobe building, has a full bar so cocktail lovers will be happy. Large parties are always welcome. Space permitting you won't need a reservation for a group of you 10 or 12 or even more. If they have space, they'll seat you. A phone call when you're on your way will confirm if they have space. It will also allow them to set up your table. Started as a French Bistro, it has evolved into a seasonally-inspired eatery serving fresh and local foods in inspired presentations. Their signature Steak and Frites are always on the menu. The menu changes several times a season with daily and weekly specials reflecting what Chef-owner Louis Moskow finds in his weekly forays to the local farmers' market.
- Group Friendly: "When dining as a group, look for great deals in wine by the bottle. They have an extensive list here as you'd expect with the words "wine bar" in their menu. There's also always a great selection by the glass."
- Best Restaurants: "Want a reasonably-priced dinner for two? Sit in the bar and order from the interesting menu offering such tasty tidbits as petite sirloin with frites, fried calamari and house-made charcuterie plate. All items are $8 or chose five for $35. You can't go wrong with this deal."
- Best for Group Friendly Because: 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar offers creative cuisine as well as fine wines and is welcoming to groups
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar is a local favorite where diners can enjoy well-prepared food paired with carefully selected wines.