For reasons of produce, lifestyle and inspiration, many chefs and restaurateurs dream of working in Californiaâ€™s Napa Valley. For that, I tip my hat to them because the regionâ€™s competitive bar is constantly climbing. The marketâ€™s fine-dining restaurantsâ€”Auberge du Soleil, The French Laundry, Terra and La Toque, among many othersâ€”have become nearly as well known worldwide as its wines. But admirable service and noteworthy foods are not limited to such star-scoring establishments, ...
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