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Simply perfect

As restaurants go they don’t come better than The French Laundry. Opened in 1994 with chef Thomas Keller at the helm, this iconic venue is a must-visit experience for anyone seriously interested in fine food and wine. With three Michelin stars to its name, this restaurant is certainly performing; however, after many years the interior, service and utility areas were in need of updating and expansion to support staff and enhance the guest experience.

With such a project it was

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