Relishing a splendid evening on Mutiny’s spacious patio put us in the mood for satisfying American fare with wines to match. Offer us anytime the pumpkin soup topped with yam gnocchi, Parmesan, and roasted pumpkin crème fraîche. Or the phyllo-wrapped cream cheese wheel served with a pear and Riesling compote. Main courses also pleased, like scallops in a rich Mornay sauce with mushrooms (some braised and some tempura-fried) and a touch of fennel and a tender lamb “mini-porterhouse” atop garlicky potato puree with local honey and rapini in an Espelette pepper glaze. Only the tasteless and overpriced ham and cheddar croquettes missed the mark.