Nancy's Airfield Cafe is a good choice for informal eating of innovative meals that are expertly cooked. I've had a dinner there and their Sunday brunch. They are only open for dinner on Friday and Saturday. They are open for breakfast and lunch every day. The location looks over the runway, and it is popular with the local pilots. It also looks west, so it has a marvelous sunset view at dinnertime.
Dinner was ravioli, stuffed with gorgonzola, walnut, and other stuff, served with a brown ginger based sauce. The side vegetable was a variety of fresh greens, properly sauted to just tenderness. The brunch I had a central american combination of eggs, toasted tortilla, black beans, and a salsa.
Service is good, and prices are somewhat high (which fits with the high quality). At dinner they bring a soupcon of the day's soups to try. The soups were a fine lobster bisque and a very unique dessert soup. It was chocolate soup. This is something between a hot cocoa and a melted fudge topping. It was an amazing flavor and texture.