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  1. One of the Seine set's favorites, Hélène Darroze crossed the Channel to bring her disciplined and precise example of French gastronomy to the denizens on the Thames. Born in the Landes region,...
  2. Renowned for her out-of-this-world roast chicken, among other things, Judy Rodgers opened the doors of this local favorite over 20 years ago—before the Mission District was the hip food magnet it is...
  3. One of the best examples of San Francisco fine dining from one of the city’s best chefs, Traci Des Jardins, who has a serious knowledge of French technique that she applies in a fresh, regionally...
  4. Renowned French-born Hubert Keller is one of America’s most respected chefs, and yet he is probably best known for serving the world’s most expensive burger at his Las Vegas restaurant—black Périgord...
  5. The Napa Valley finally has an Italian restaurant to brag about: Michael Chiarello has returned to the professional kitchen at his restaurant Bottega. A master of his craft, the chef uses Yountville’...
  6. Thanks to chef Christopher Kostow, the restaurant at this St. Helena resort in the Napa Valley has reaped much-deserved Michelin attention and foodie buzz. It’s farm-driven, California cuisine, but...
  7. The headquarters of Alice Waters, the visionary who brought the slow-food movement to the U.S., this Berkeley mecca for food-obsessed pilgrims doesn’t disappoint. There’s a strict adherence to the...
  8. Recently reappointed to a drop-dead gorgeous new space, Michael and Linday Tusk’s elevated version of a Mediterranean bistro is a special-occasion-worthy retreat. You will find new depths of...
  9. San Francisco’s Fifth Floor restaurant has a new menu designed by a new chef, David Bazirgan. His Mediterranean-influenced fare features local ingredients in tasting menus, a la carte, or bar menus...
  10. Before there was Auberge de Soleil the boutique resort, there was the restaurant, and it was one of the first Wine Country culinary destinations. Not much has changed—the setting is breathtaking and...

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