Accompanying a decade of rapid growth has been a substantial increase in Bryan–College Station dining options. With a menu sporting fresh vegetables and locally sourced ingredients, modern-chic Napa Flats has led the charge with offerings ranging from grilled seafood and light pasta dishes to lamb chops and delicious wood-fired pizzas. Our pie adorned with mushrooms, brussels sprouts, and caramelized onion proved why they’re so popular. Whipped ricotta and white truffle oil replaced the usual marinara, and no single ingredient dominated the others. Likewise delectable was a salad topped with tender Black Angus filet and grilled asparagus. We finished our meal with a rich tiramisu.