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Tim Talk: Iconic Livermore wine country restaurant moves away from fine dining

Original post made on Apr 6, 2019

The Livermore Valley's iconic wine country restaurant is shifting its format after decades as a fine dining destination.

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Posted by Grumpy
a resident of Vineyard Avenue
on Apr 6, 2019 at 5:56 pm

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Their description is classic polishing, though I don't blame them. The sad fact is that the Tri Valley diners didn't go often enough to support what was once an iconic cornerstone of the Tri Valley, if not East Bay, dining scene.

It's a terrible loss, and means that another gaping hole has been torn in our area's restaurant industry. The replacement concept sounds merely like a way to prevent food service from disappearing there entirely, so that wine tasters can have some ballast. (The golf area grill is not an attraction.)

I hope there's a way that Wente can preserve some of their classics, at least the pork chop. But I suspect they cannot.


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