Need dining advice in the wine country

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Jan 31st, 2006, 09:45 AM
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Selwyn,

I agree that from what I have seen there proably does not exist one "Best" restaurant, rather many good ones. However, since reservations need to be made, some decisions have to be reached, and the comments from all of you on this board have been extremely helpful!

I feel comfortable that no matter where we go, we will have a good experience. Probably even great.

LTZ

(PS; Boillabaisse did look expensive, but still for the set menu, less so than LQF.)
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