Villa Venezia will be missed |

Villa Venezia will be missed

In 2001, my husband and I left the Bay Area to relocate. Shopping at Hedman’s Furniture, not knowing the area, we asked about restaurants. We were politely directed to Villa Venezia. Wow! I should mention that I am of Italian heritage and generally do not like Italian food “out,” as it never measures up.

Dinner on Feb. 20 included Pasta di Mare; I am not ashamed to say I ate pretty much it in its entirety. This caliber restaurant is no accident. What will we do without it? Thank you for all the years of fine service and food. You will be missed.

Bernice Moody-Falk

Penn Valley

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