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Philadelphia Chowhound reports on visit to Napa, SF

Beulah Saideman | Nov 24, 200302:25 PM    

We spent two days in Napa, which allowed 4 great meals!
We had lunch at Bouchon, which we enjoyed very much, then followed with a superlative meal at Julia's Kitchen - half empty on a Saturday night - but absolutely excellent.Sunday we had brunch at Bistro Jeanty, followed by dinner at Terra. We enjoyed both meals but Julia's kitchen was the best!

We then returned to San Francisco, where we had an excellent dinner at Masa's (tasting menu) and a good dinner at Boulevard. The appetizer was great but the main course was a bit of a let down. We skipped dessert. We thank the SF chowhounds for your recommendation of Great Eastern for dim sum (we couldn't find Louis' Chinese - forgot to look it up before we went). We had a terrific sampling of 7 different dishes (too much) and enjoyed it very much.

The first morning we had breakfast at Campton Place (we do that every time we come) and skipped lunch.We really enjoy their breakfast.

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