Walking the streets of Carmel, we saw many lovely, inviting restaurants.
Some we fondly recalled from previous visits, when my wife and I had based our
selection on personal preference, the menu, and perceived ambience. This time
round, with two small children in tow, we had to opt for somewhere without huge
crystal glasses. Village Corner fit the bill perfectly.
The weather was sunny, so we were drawn to the outdoor patio, where several
other strollers and small children indicated that the arrival of our troop would
not be wholly unwelcome. We were fortunate to find a corner table where we could
park the stroller out of the way and enjoy an unhindered view of the passersby.