Where does Zagat blogger James Mulcahy go to find out more about Napa?
Napa Patch, of course. The Napa Patch archives.
Mulcahy's new post, "AvroKo and Brad Farmerie Headed to Napa for New Project," doesn't reveal anything we hadn't already reported in our article "," back in March.
But when referring to the building's "storied past," blogger Mulcahy delves even further into our reporting, linking the phrase "the 1974 murder of Anita Andrews" to the first installment in our series on the history of the Main Street landmark, "," published when Napa Patch first launched in November, 2010.
The Zagat post does have one thing we don't: a cool old photograph.
But we've looked into the past enough for now. What do you envision for the building's future?
There's still no clue on what type of fare chef Farmerie will be serving, and it's probably not too late to let him know what we locals would like to see, so feel free to weigh in with your thoughts in our comments section.
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