POINTS OF INTEREST
A man's home is his castle. In this one, Doug Beers prepares creative dinners for guests who cross the foothills to enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience. His wife, Marguerite, is the gracious hostess who shows patrons their expansive mountain home and the artwork strategically positioned between the many open-air arches. Served on antique lace tablecloths strewn with bougainvillea, the well-orchestrated dinner changes regularly but is always Caribbean-influenced Continental in form. After dinner, Doug offers guests a liqueur to warm their interiors. (Wine and liquor are not included in the moderate fixed price.) You must make advance reservations, preferably three days before; dinner will only be served with a minimum of six.