He loves the new Yountville restaurant from Richard Reddington, but not really because it has pizza.
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Homeroom Racing Cafe in Alameda sounds fascinating.
Also, Miller like Castagna, Claudine, and Mozzeria.
He likes it, basically.
He took his annual vacation home to Kansas City, and stopped off a few other places.
They give a sign-language interview to KQED.
It's the eighth restaurant to join the four-star stratosphere.
He does the chef's counter, and gives it four stars.
His favorite is Inkas, but it may just because he caught one fresh off the rotisserie spit.
Also, there's some more info about Le Cigare Volant at Bonny Doon.
She steps down after many years as one of our city's food critics.
He's sticking with two stars, though.
Hirsch says Freehouse is "essentially a college brewpub," and pretty good.
OB's Cafe in Oakland is really good... but the service can be downright hostile.
Basically, all he can recommend are the oysters.
Someone always feels left out.
All told: one and a half stars.