Once the guesthouse of actor Cary Grant, Copley’s has an adobe-tiled roof, olive trees, and a dining patio with a fire pit. The Spanish theme is reflected inside as well, with wood-plank flooring, mauve walls, and arched doorways. American cuisine with tropical and European influences is served at this restaurant, which is only open at dinner. The Oh My Lobster Pot Pie and a grilled pork chop with garlic barbecue glaze and polenta cake are popular entrees. The on-site herb garden contributes to two signature desserts: a chocolate peanut butter crunch bar with mint ice cream, and lavender-scented pound cake with basil ice cream.