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Published: April 21st 2009
Culinary Institute of America Greystone
Right off highway 29, just North of Napa. They even have a good sized gift shop with some unique items should you have time to check that out. I bought a Lazy Susan for my mom fashioned from one of the ends of a wine barrel here, pretty unique.
It was a clear warm day, so I decided to make the short drive from Berkeley up to Napa, which took maybe an hour. It was a bit closer than I thought it would be. I drove through Napa and St Helena and then up to Calistoga, then made my way back South, sampling wine on the route South. The Magnificat at Franciscan and the Cabernet Savignon at Grgich Hills were both quite good.
I stopped into Buster's Southern BBQ
to get me some lunch. Wow was that good if you like barbeque. There was a bit of a line to wait in, but well worth the wait. Come to think of it, every person in that line was a biker (motorcycle) except for me, but they all looked like they had white collar jobs Monday through Friday. Some damn tasty vittles, I highly recommend it!
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