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The Glory of Meadowood

The Press Democrat spends a pretty penny for Christopher Kostow's tasting menu at Meadowood and wonders if it's worth hefty pricetag: "This is the kind of food you eat once or twice in a lifetime if you're lucky -- plates so tweezer-precise that if feels like a sacrilege to degrade them with a fork ... After eight courses, three hours, eight glasses of wine and $661, I'm left wondering if I've truly gotten my money's worth. Compared to the region's other top Michelin-rated restaurants (Cyrus and French Laundry), I'd say yes." [BiteClub]