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Missmoo Oct 11, 2011 03:50 PM

I'm visiting for a few days from the Bay Area and I was all set to book Woodberry after reading the recent posts, but when I talked to my MIL she told me that they have already tried it. Since I am visiting from out of town they would be happy to go there again, but I would love to find something new for them. She hasn't been to B&O would that be as good?
Or should I look at Salt or something else?

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  1. JonParker RE: Missmoo Oct 11, 2011 05:01 PM

    B&O hands down.

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      hotel RE: JonParker Oct 12, 2011 08:20 AM

      Jon - have you been recently? I was there on Tuesday of last week and wasn't overly impressed. Everything was still good, but not to the level it had been in the past since they hired a new chef.

      That being said my wife and I went to Demi on Saturday and it was outstanding.

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        lawhound RE: hotel Oct 12, 2011 10:47 AM

        I had lunch at B&O lastw eek and it was up to usual (high) standards.

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      tartuffe RE: Missmoo Oct 12, 2011 11:00 AM

      With all respect to Jon Parker, WK, hands down

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        Missmoo RE: tartuffe Oct 12, 2011 11:45 AM

        The problem with Woodberry is my MIL said it was "noisy" and my husband and I would like it, which sounded like they wouldn't be thrilled to go there again.

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          gregb RE: Missmoo Oct 12, 2011 11:52 AM

          WK is "noisy" as is Salt, although if I were paying, my pick between the two would probably be Salt (their Fall menu is great). That being said, B&O is a less hectic, more formal dining experience. I enjoyed B&O, but would probably rank it third, with Salt 1 and WK 2.

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            JonParker RE: gregb Oct 13, 2011 07:13 AM

            Id rank Bluegrass #1:,B&O @2 and Woodberry & Salt # 3&4 in that order.

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              gregb RE: JonParker Oct 13, 2011 07:57 AM

              Sadly, I haven't made it to Bluegrass yet although it's at the very top of my list. While we're at it, I'll slide everyone down a spot and put Peter's Inn at #1.

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