Around the corner from the hustle of Main Street, its burbling fountain marking time, Barone’s makes one long for an old-fashioned shrimp cocktail or veal parmigiana (Oh, and could I take a look at the dessert tray?). This dinner house’s elegant, well-loved dining room is staffed by smooth, smartly dressed servers. Its busy bar offers live music on the weekends. And, on summer Thursdays, the 500-seat outdoor patio becomes Tri-Valley headquarters for drinking, dining, and dancing. Barone’s menu pays homage to Continental cuisine with souped-up American and Italian fare. Start with scoozi (Gorgonzola-stuffed flatbread), smoked salmon, or the prosciutto salad, followed up with house-made ravioli, swordfish, or pepper steak. The upscale wine list favors California heavyweights. Dinner daily.