A proud sibling restaurant of Bonterra Dining and Wine Room, the recently opened Sunset Grille cultivates a warm, casual atmosphere for noshing on classic cuisine. Its menu brings together pizzas, sandwiches, and entrees in a culinary harmony unseen since the California Raisins dominated the airwaves. Sample the four-cheese pizza pie ($11), which arranges mozzarella, fontina, goat, and parmesan cheeses around delectable sun-dried tomatoes and arugula. Starving seafarers may wish to try the pan-seared crab cakes ($18), which arrive sidekicked by fennel slaw and Creole mustard aioli for a refreshing condimental synthesis. The house-made french-dip sandwich ($9) comes covered with caramelized onions and provolone cheese, allowing you to hop on a hoagie-roll canoe to accompany your roast beef through a pleasant stream of au jus. All of Sunset's succulent burgers come cooked by a brick oven, and the feisty Spanglish burger ($9) melds fried egg, applewood-smoked bacon, lettuce, and tomato, exemplifying the kitchen's fearless experimentation and proud Spanglian heritage. Today's Groupon is also good for drinks from Sunset's full-service bar, which features an arsenal of beers and wines to wet all varieties of whistle.