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Sebastopol's Jewel -- Alice's Restaurant at 101 Main

NoelleT | Nov 1, 200201:12 PM     1

We recently a took a road trip and I wanted to share with you
the wonderful dining experience we had in Sebastopol at
Alice's Restaurant at 101 Main.

The restaurant has such a relaxing atmosphere created by
the lighting, music, decor and superior service .

We had the braised lamb shank and the Wild Salmon
and we savored every morsel. My husband loved
the Navarro nonalcoholic Pinot Noir & Gewurtztraminer
so much that he bought a case when we got home.

For dessert we ordered the creme brulee with
house made fudge sauce drizzled on top.
It was the finest creme brulee I have ever had.

After we left the restaurant we both felt like we had just
had a relaxing mini-vacation. I can't wait to go back.

Noelle-

P.S. More later on Jenner and Ukiah dining finds.

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