Wine Country Serendipity - Cafe La Brezza
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#1 Sep 3, 2013
We always eat at that other place in Sonoma where, on Tuesday, they have the Senior Special; All you can eat for $One Dollar$. Whave had the duck confit twice, and each time it has been piquantly rancid, with the little sausages floating just like in the bowl at a house party where it wont flush. We love the golf club special, too, for the same price...though membership is extra. We love the chow fun cuirry burritos at Au Relais, with the peanut sauce. Life is good here.
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