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Taylor's is a much beloved high end market in Land Park. A few years ago, they expanded and opened Taylor's Kitchen, a white table cloth restaurant next door, and Sac Mag's Kira O'Donnell writes about a recent visit.

I visited Taylor’s Kitchen in Land Park several nights ago and was very impressed with the quality of the food and the stellar service. The menu has expanded significantly since the restaurant’s opening, there are more cooks behind the line, and the place seems to have really hit its stride. The meal was fantastic...

Read her entire review in Sac Mag.

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