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Ubuntu and Manresa: Where Vegetables Go To Die

We are just getting around to reading this article, written by Raymond Sokolov for the Wall Street Journal. As usual it's not new news for anyone who lives out here in the Bay Area (or, you know, reads the New York Times), but his glowing portrait of Los Gatos' Manresa and disciple Ubuntu, up in Napa, means we'll hardly be surprised when biodynamic gardens and haute vegetable temples start cropping up like wildflowers in the coming year. What's more, it's not lost on Sokolov that two of the more interesting restaurants to come out of the Bay Area aren't actually located in San Francisco—can we say harsh business climate?