We sometimes refer to this restaurant as our home away from home. It is one of those restaurants we frequent often, and if we cannot sit and have a meal, we’ll order out. The flavors here continue to entice our palates and we have yet to walk away disappointed. My personal favorite is the Osso Bucco on sweet potato fries, with the meat falling right off the bone. I still enjoy the seafood gumbo and the duck jambalaya, and now their ‘tweener (1/2 gumbo and 1/2 jambalaya). This last time they offered us the Super ‘tweener, with a large duck leg on top, and Matt, the chef, joked that he wanted to improve that with a Jumbo ‘tweener that would add a crab cake on top of the duck leg. We split the Osso Bucco and Super ‘tweener and with each bite I felt as though my mouth was at a wild dance party where the spices become the music which cause my body to jump with pleasure. And who can forget the deep-fried butterscotch pudding with a green apple salad and vanilla vinaigrette and a scoop of green apple sorbet. That was perfect. I give you fair warning, though: going to any other restaurant after this one is like attending the ballet after a night of dancing to rock and roll. You need to be prepared for more subtle flavors and nuanced dishes. If you think every restaurant is going to offer what Bleaux Magnolia has to offer, you will be disappointed. For us, this is another “not to be missed” restaurant in Napa.