This is a formidable restaurant. The food was fantastic--certainly worth a Michelin star (which it had, or has).
But one quibble--not minor--is that the wine list was ridiculous. It came on an electronic tablet, that was hard to manipulate. And with the tablet came a sommelier standing over us and giving us the hard sell on wines in the $200+ range. And, as best as I could tell, there were no wines below $70 a bottle, and no more than a handful (both red and white) below $100. Maybe this is standard for highbrow California wine country establishments, but the wine list at a comparable restaurant in New York City would offer more choices, with at least a few at more moderate price points, without the high pressure sales tactics.
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