Usually one finds 10,000 square foot restaurants with soaring ceilings and multiple levels in New York, Paris, Hong Kong and the like. Not in Sonoma or Napa, not in small towns or town squares. When I stepped inside The Matheson a few months ago while it was still under construction right on South facing side of Healdsburg’s quaint town square, I was struck, and I wasn’t the only one. “It’s the biggest thing I will do in my life,” gushed Dustin Valette, the 4th generation Healdsburg resident.
I have a feeling it won’t be, and that’s because Valette is just on the brink of becoming a very
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