| “ Mustards, Cindy Pawlcyn's first restaurant which then became part of the chain like the Buckeye. The concept for Mustards was fresh local ingredients and still is their claim to fame. Starting with appetizers like calamari, or crab cakes , local greens salads, to wood oven roasted rabbit, veal chops, lamb and off course liver and onions! (carried thru at their other places) The menu pricing is moderate with no items crossing over 22 bucks, the down side now is that it is run like a assembly line, often the presentations look like they have been thrown together as the plate was in motion. The service is abysmal due to the run um in, run um out philosophy. What was a valley gem is now not much more than a assembly line, at least that's what you feel like when your are rushed to turn the tables. It settles down during the week, but forget the weekends. No parking problems, and of course the wine list is awesome. All in all, it's OK, but there are many more places to see in the valley!