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The Whole Foods at Ridge Hill in Yonkers is great--huge, never crowded, easy to park, and they validate (it's a pay lot). The WFs in Capitola and Santa Cruz are on another level, though, however they never have veal. Just visited the WH in Petaluma, very nice as well.
I would if I could.
I return Aug 26, so expect the humidity to top 115% that day and for the following month.
Kinda blown away by a 2007 Heitz Trailside from a restaurant. I typically really don't like young cab, but this was great. Outshone many far more expensive bottles I sampled. Quintessa, e.g., just sucked by comparison. Local store here has the 2006 for $70, which is expensive (should be $60-$65) but I am going to grab one anyway.
not there, thank god
I like it.
1999 produttori single vineyard barbaresco. Delicious. HIghly acidic. Bricky red, almost brown. Years to go, I would guess. Not experienced enough to say if fully mature, but delicious. Went well with veal marengo.
Had a lovely, lovely 1998 Leroy BB the other day. $95 off a list, last bottle in the Restaurant. Perfect!
I've had the mutton twice and loved it, no gastro-intestinal issues. I'd rather have that over a steak any day.
Not to be a dick, but M-N has been better lately, especially PM northbound.
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