The latest eatery in mid-county is a diminutive bistro adjacent to Aptos Creek. Focusing on seasonal fare from local fishermen and produce growers, Persephone – named after the Greek goddess – features house made pastas and other Italian-accented dishes, such as savory garlic-parmesan budino paired with seasonal vegetables; and chilled fennel soup with smoked salmon and dill oil garnish. A cheese platter boasts a selection of handpicked local cheeses like Garden Variety’s sheep’s milk cheeses and Point Reyes Blue cheese.

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