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If you have to cancel your reservation at Madera, the Four-Star California restaurant requests that you give it at least 24 hours’ notice. While you won’t face a fee if you fail to do this, it’s just common courtesy to give them the heads up. However, keep in mind that cancelling means you’ll be missing out on this award-winning restaurant, which pays homage to the Bay Area’s rich history and local cuisine. Dine on dishes here like rabbit leg confit and shaved crimini mushroom salad, or farm duck breast with baby turnips, mushrooms, parsnip puree, harvest grapes and long pepper jus. And of course, you’ll want to sample some of that famous California wine.