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January 3, 2014 6:00 PM

Debbie Croft: Foothill eateries offer plenty of distinctive fare

This month brings another opportunity for experiencing distinctive dining in the Golden State. As California’s Restaurant Month, this month marks the fourth year for this statewide culinary promotion. Although Gold Rush communities may not boast as many world-class chefs or restaurants as Los Angeles, San Francisco and Napa Valley, our dining rooms do offer outstanding fare.

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