Four Winds Cafe

★★★★★

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Sun 10am-2pm, Wed-Fri 5:30pm-9pm, Sat 9am-12pm

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Just got back from a wonderful meal at Four Winds Cafe. Chef Steve hit another one out of the park tonight with his Napa Valley wine dinner!

First course: Cedar smoked short ribs (O.M.G!) on tossed wild greens with avocado vinaigrette.
Wine pairing: '11 Banshee Pinot Noir.

The short ribs were falling apart tender and the avocado vinaigrette accented the meat nicely. The Pinot Noir was a wonderful pairing, setting off the meat without over powering it.

Second course: Selection of high quality California cheeses and fruit with basil infused crostinis.
Wine pairing: '10 Ernst & Co Chenin Blanc.

The crostinis were the weak link here and I'm looking for something to find fault with. While I would not pick this wine to drink by itself, with the cheeses and fruit it came alive.

Third course: Citrus grilled jumbo sea scallops on Saffron couscous served with grilled asparagus.
Wine pairing: '10 Sticky Beak Chardonnay

I've know for a while that seafood is Chef Steve's strong suit. This course proved it once again. The scallops were grilled to perfection! The wine was a little too subtle because it could not break through the citrus taste of the scallops. But again, I'm looking for something to complain about.

Dessert: Bailey's Irish Cream cheesecake
Wine pairing: '11 Lange Twins Moscato

Wonderful. Absolutely wonderful! The Moscato set off the cheesecake perfectly.

Now, if the fact that Four Winds was the Southeast Truck Stop in another life puts you off, you're just going to have to miss out. It doesn't look a truck stop anymore and the food certainly doesn't taste like any truck stop food I've ever eaten. And since I was a long haul trucker, again in a former life, I know from truck stop food!

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★★★★★

Just got back from a wonderful meal at Four Winds Cafe. Chef Steve hit another one out of the park tonight with his Napa Valley wine dinner!

First course: Cedar smoked short ribs (O.M.G!) on tossed wild greens with avocado vinaigrette.
Wine pairing: '11 Banshee Pinot Noir.

The short ribs were falling apart tender and the avocado vinaigrette accented the meat nicely. The Pinot Noir was a wonderful pairing, setting off the meat without over powering it.

Second course: Selection of high quality California cheeses and fruit with basil infused crostinis.
Wine pairing: '10 Ernst & Co Chenin Blanc.

The crostinis were the weak link here and I'm looking for something to find fault with. While I would not pick this wine to drink by itself, with the cheeses and fruit it came alive.

Third course: Citrus grilled jumbo sea scallops on Saffron couscous served with grilled asparagus.
Wine pairing: '10 Sticky Beak Chardonnay

I've know for a while that seafood is Chef Steve's strong suit. This course proved it once again. The scallops were grilled to perfection! The wine was a little too subtle because it could not break through the citrus taste of the scallops. But again, I'm looking for something to complain about.

Dessert: Bailey's Irish Cream cheesecake
Wine pairing: '11 Lange Twins Moscato

Wonderful. Absolutely wonderful! The Moscato set off the cheesecake perfectly.

Now, if the fact that Four Winds was the Southeast Truck Stop in another life puts you off, you're just going to have to miss out. It doesn't look a truck stop anymore and the food certainly doesn't taste like any truck stop food I've ever eaten. And since I was a long haul trucker, again in a former life, I know from truck stop food!

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This is a delightful restaurant for lunch or dinner. Every day has a different special for lunch and it is very reasonable. Dinner is a little expensive but the portions are huge!

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This is a delightful restaurant for lunch or dinner. Every day has a different special for lunch and it is very reasonable. Dinner is a little expensive but the portions are huge!

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Four Winds is an incredible restaurant. It's a far cry from the truck stop that it used to be. The new owners have transformed this small restaurant into a delicious gourmet eatery. They have a different special everyday at lunch. It's always a huge plate of food for a small price. Haven't tried dinner yet - heard it was a bit pricey.

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Four Winds is an incredible restaurant. It's a far cry from the truck stop that it used to be. The new owners have transformed this small restaurant into a delicious gourmet eatery. They have a different special everyday at lunch. It's always a huge plate of food for a small price. Haven't tried dinner yet - heard it was a bit pricey.

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Four winds combines great food, with servers who treat you like family. The atmosphere is wonderful, during breakfast and lunch its great food ( and more than enough of it) at a great price in a laid back setting. Then, at dinner, you find a romantic restaurant fit for the stars. This place is worth the drive for the gourmet food at a low price.

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★★★★★

Four winds combines great food, with servers who treat you like family. The atmosphere is wonderful, during breakfast and lunch its great food ( and more than enough of it) at a great price in a laid back setting. Then, at dinner, you find a romantic restaurant fit for the stars. This place is worth the drive for the gourmet food at a low price.

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Four Winds is just the opposite of what was a small truck stop serving breakfast and lunch years ago. The owner invisioned a dream to move from the rat race of New York to a small country town and take his chief abilities to not only transform his life but a run down truck stop. Four Winds with it's white linen tables and fine wine serves a variety of fresh foods that are prepared as ordered. This is a four course meal made completely by the owner himself, and the soups are out of this world. A candle light dinner with fresh cut flowers on each table with either their fish dish or steak, topped off with a good bottle of wine can make any evening a delight. The price of this evenings quaint meal can't be beat and will not break any wallet. I highly recommend this unique restaurant.

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★★★★☆

Four Winds is just the opposite of what was a small truck stop serving breakfast and lunch years ago. The owner invisioned a dream to move from the rat race of New York to a small country town and take his chief abilities to not only transform his life but a run down truck stop. Four Winds with it's white linen tables and fine wine serves a variety of fresh foods that are prepared as ordered. This is a four course meal made completely by the owner himself, and the soups are out of this world. A candle light dinner with fresh cut flowers on each table with either their fish dish or steak, topped off with a good bottle of wine can make any evening a delight. The price of this evenings quaint meal can't be beat and will not break any wallet. I highly recommend this unique restaurant.

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