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Michael Rodriguez Oct 31, 2013 06:21 PM

We are going to spend the weekend in Plymouth (wine-related trip). CCan anyone recommend a place for dinner?

Thank you.

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  1. pamf RE: Michael Rodriguez Nov 1, 2013 09:28 AM

    Taste restaurant seems to be highly recommended right in Plymouth:

    http://restauranttaste.com/pages/home...

    A bit south of Plymouth, in old Amador City, the Imperial Hotel has a nice restaurant in their historical 1870's building.

    http://www.imperialamador.com/index.html

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      Michael Rodriguez RE: Michael Rodriguez Nov 3, 2013 06:51 AM

      Thank you for suggesting Taste. We had a very good--surprisingly good--dinner there.

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        Melanie Wong RE: Michael Rodriguez Nov 3, 2013 11:12 AM

        Hi Michael, what did you order at Taste?

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          Michael Rodriguez RE: Melanie Wong Nov 3, 2013 01:00 PM

          Beet and burrate and mushroom cigars starters. A sturgeon dish and a scallop dish followed. We drank a glass of Schur Pinot Noir and two glasses of Chamisal Chardonnay. Lots of local wines on the list. I think the Schurr was the only Napa/Sonoma wine available by the glass.

          Earlier in the day we were at Turley to pick up some wine, and Taste did the catering. They furnished lots of really good nibbles.

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            Melanie Wong RE: Michael Rodriguez Nov 3, 2013 01:37 PM

            Thanks, guess i'm behind the times as I didn't know that Turley had a new tasting room up there.
            http://www.turleywinecellars.com/visit/

            Taste has been on my radar for a long time, glad to hear it still delivers. I've not managed to try it yet since it would require an overnight stay in the area.

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              Michael Rodriguez RE: Melanie Wong Nov 3, 2013 08:13 PM

              I'm not sure it's worth an overnight visit specifically to eat there. We were surprised to find a restaurant in what to us seems an out-of-the-way spot which we offered three choices of drinking water. (The tap water is very good.) But good service and good food, although slightly fussy in spots, made the dinner worth while. If/when we return to Plymouth we will certainly eat there again, maybe even two nights in a row.

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