For the first time, David Kinch’s Aptos restaurant will welcome indoor diners

Diners will finally get a chance to come inside and admire Mentone’s pizza oven that doubles as a Rolling Stones tribute. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group archives)

Mentone will mark an unusual milestone Friday.

For the first time since its opening, the Aptos restaurant from Michelin-starred chef-owner David Kinch will invite guests to dine indoors.

Mentone had made an unusual debut last year as a takeout-only operation — necessitated by the unprecedented COVID shutdown that had just been put in place.

“We had no choice,” Kinch said at the time, noting that his new place, with its France-and-Italy-meet-on-the-California-coast focus, had been two

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