Carmel, I've done my homework ..so what do you think?
Ok, so we will be spending three nights in Carmel for our First Anniversary. We have reservations at Bouchee the first night, Pacific's Edge the last.(our actual anniversary, it's where we had our wedding dinner) so that leaves one night for dinner, I was looking for someplace that would not be as expensive as the other two.
I've narrowed it down to:
2.Flying Fish Grill
3.Little Napoli (I had one good meal there years ago, haven't heard
if it's still good)
For breakfast and/or lunch
Any comments or further suggestions (specifically for Carmel-by-the- Sea) will be appreciated, I would like to make this time as special as possible, I don't want it spoiled by bad food!
From your list I'd say California Market is the easy choice for breakfat/lunch. You can't beat the view and the food is excellent. The other two places as far, IMHO, cater exclusively to tourists. There may be a problem at the Highlands Inn when you arrive, because of labor issues. They may be on strike.
For dinner I'd go with Flying Fish. You might also want to consider Carmel Bistro Giovanni.