As they say, it's all about location, and this restaurant knows exactly how to capitalize on that. Set on a golf course, the view is hard to escape, with floor-to-ceiling windows in the contemporary dining room. Couches give off a lounge feel, but the best seats in the house are actually outside. A covered terrace is surrounded by cacti and offers sweeping views of the great outdoors, taking in the resort's golf course, pool, sand dunes, and historic California Lighthouse. It's a romantic setting for sure, but still has a country club air with a slight hint of formality. Entrées range from the Maple Leaf Farms duck breast prepared à la plancha to braised veal osso bucco and jumbo sautéed tiger shrimp. The fare is high in quality, with a nice selection of surf and turf and starters, but nothing is too out-of-the-box unless you want to give veal cheeks a try.