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Napa Dispatch

Last week, Bloomberg told us how Thomas Keller transformed Yountville from a run-down hamlet to a Michelin soiree, and this week, The Boston Globe pens the pretty much the exact same article about next door Napa's restaurant scene and its own saviors: "[Napa] is one of those places where you wish you had purchased a craftsman or Victorian house 10 years ago when nobody went there ...Then two of the biggest names in food and wine saved the city. Recognizing that the city of Napa was dying on the vine, the late Julia Child and wine mogul Robert Mondavi raised millions ... Downtown Napa now basks optimistically in a spirit of renovation." Money solves all problems. [BG]