A 15-minute walk from The Inn On First, a luxury lodging Bed and Breakfast Inn, is Celadon, a restaurant celebrating Mediterranean cuisine. Friends had come into town and it had been awhile since we enjoyed the cooking of Greg Cole, executive chef and owner. As they are one of the few restaurants with a full bar we imbibed in cocktails to begin and sat and enjoyed the beautiful dining room. Personally, I am not a fan of the outdoor patio area with its concrete floors. It does have a large fireplace in the center and is surrounded by shrubbery, but I think the main dining room is beautiful, romantic, and elegant in feel with its booths, carpeted floors, and well-appointed artwork on the walls. We ordered the Calamari with its sweet and spicy chipotle sauce- someone recently referred to it as Rhode Island style. I’ve never heard of this before, but I loved every crunch bite, especially with the bits of pickled ginger. The duck salad was phenomenal and the seasonal vegetable soup was rich in flavor and chock full of veggies. Jamie ordered the pasta with lamb bolognese and it was incredible. I ordered the pork porterhouse that was grilled and it was huge! Much more than I could eat, but I knew I would enjoy it the next day at lunch. Yes, dessert was ordered: the lemon pie. Light, refreshing, and tart, with a buttery crust. A perfect ending to the meal. You’ll find a wide variety of fish and meats to choose from, as well as salads and starters to satisfy pretty much everyone: pork belly, crab cakes, beef satay, coconut prawns, grilled duck breast, flatiron steak, and stuffed chicken breast. Prices for starters run from $9 to $18 and entrees from $14 to $40. See http://www.celadonnapa.com for more information.