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quiet spot for a group in Sonoma County

wearybashful | Jul 7, 2006 07:34 AM

Following a wedding, we may be acting as wine country tour guides for 12 to 15 family members. I'm trying to think of a Sonoma County restaurant for a group that size with some privacy or quiet so the whole thing isn't a hopeless shouting match. Another problem: it will be a Monday night (in August).

I was thinking of asking about the Farmhouse Inn, but I'm afraid the prices might be too much for some (entrees are about $30). Also I was there quite a while ago, maybe now it's too popular to attempt. But I liked the food and the fact that it was in an old house and broken up into different rooms, which made it quieter.

I'll appreciate your suggestions very much.

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