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Peter Lowell's Restaurant Review: The approachable, creative menu targets sustainable, organic and local fare. It’s a place where seasonality reflects the weather outside and ingredients and flavors embody purity. Take the cipolla pizza, dabbed with marinara and red onion shavings before facing flame; a pile of raw arugula appended to the cracker-crisp crust preserves a final Parmesan dusting. With an emphasis on vegetarian dishes, the daily specials include a Sonoma County-ranched meat, poultry or fish option. Regular menu items include comfort dishes like orecchiette and braised rapini under browned breadcrumbs, or roasted snapper with beets. Ponder soy and vegan alternatives, or sin with gusto via mousse-like chocolate truffle cake. Another high note: the wine list, culled from Sonoma County eco-centric grape growers. Grab breakfast and lunch to go, or dine while poaching the wireless. The clean and minimalist interior feels urban and welcoming. For a romantic eve, sit on the charming outdoor patio under heat lamps.