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Help - Real dinner in Rohnert Park area

Jill | May 30, 200309:51 PM     2

My accountant turned me on to this site. I have been reading the reviews for a hour or so. I am excited, perhaps someone can help me. I need to go to my nephew's wedding in Rohnert Park (why he picked RP, I don't know). He's from Modesto. Anyway, I plan to spend 3 nights there for family stuff. Can anyone recommend places I should go. I have been hearing a lot about Syrah Bistro. Heard the Chef on the radio, is that a good choice? Do they have a nice wine list? I believe it is pretty close to RP. Are there any others? I plan to have sushi/sake at Hana. I know that much. I don't have a budget but I hate to be overcharged for mediocre food. Any suggestions/reccommenation/confirmations, would be very much appreciated. The nephew's wife suggested Costo platters for some of the apps at the reception!! Please save me...

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