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Chef Jonathan Justus, owner of the farm-to-table restaurant, Justus Drugstore in the little town of Smithville, only has to drive a few miles to pick up his Berkshire pig, the most prized pork to hit the tables of Momofuku in New York to Chez Panisse in Berkeley.
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This refined bar connected to the Oak Room restaurant has a working fireplace (which gives it a social-club feel), a martini-focused drink list and a cabinet of cigars.