Barndiva serves up creative seasonal dishes in a rustic barn-inspired setting. The patio is the perfect spot for late lunch or early dinner, beautiful but not overly romantic, so it works equally well for a group of friends or a date. If you want a more intimate setting, grab a table indoors. The menu changes monthly to best incorporate seasonal local ingredients, but it’s important to start off a meal here with the famous, always-on-the-menu goat cheese croquettes. On our most recent visit, the menu included egg yolk dumplings with peas and bacon, roasted duck with blackberries and chanterelles, and Hokkaido scallops with clams and a sansho pepper broth.