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Only master mixologist Scott Beattie (author of Artisanal Cocktails) could pull off a craft cocktail scene in a wine-specific destination. While he needs no introduction (nor do his innovative, han... read more
When Iron Chef Morimoto hit wine country, he did so in grand fashion, with a restaurant that's an experience to be had. You are not thrust directly into the dining room but buffered from the street... read more
A literal take on farm-to-table: elements of the fixtures and furniture are actually from the restaurant's farm, Long Meadow Ranch, and the building itself is a former barn. LMR produces wine, make... read more
Outside of those in the city of Napa proper, the only taco truck in the Valley (not counting the ones that roll up to vineyards during Harvest) can usually be found sitting in the parking lot of th... read more
Designed by a former Seattle city planner, Bardessono was built with the environment in mind, quite literally from the ground up. The underground geothermal reserve takes advantage of a shallow wat... read more
Southern Italian that is rustic in only the way polenta cooked and served in a jar can be, which is to say, about as studiedly hand-hewn as a display in Anthropology. The emphasis is on seasonal he... read more
Featuring its own oysters straight from Tomales Bay in Marin, as well varieties from around the country at its fish-farm-to-table outpost in Napa, Hog Island provides a quick bite in the Oxbow Publ... read more
Some might find Ubuntu strange. Strange, in that the restaurant adheres to a staunch refusal to serve meat. Stranger still in that, with creatively prepared small plates and unexpected taste combin... read more
Poolside patio at Solbar is the spot to get a glass of wine and watch the sun go down over the Mayacama mountains across the valley. The Euro lounge-y vibe and a bar menu -- served until midnight -... read more
This food truck (an Airstream that gets hauled around on occasion) can normally be found adjacent to the Oxbow Public Market in downtown Napa, dishing out its organic and gluten-free take on dim su... read more
Despite taking its name from a children's card game, Cindy Pawlcyn's seafooder could be mistaken for a more serious place than it is. The mash-up between a classic oyster bar and a sushi joint toys... read more
All worries about the "eat-what-they-serve-ya" menu should be thrown out the window when the "they" is Thomas Keller and Co. The four-course menu full of stick-to-your-ribs (and at times outright d... read more
Doing the California thing of wearing your influences on your plate, chef Richard Reddington tosses cuisine from Asia, Europe and Latin America in a blender with exquisite and exciting results. The... read more
If not for the mouth-watering smells wafting from the cherrywood-fired grill and rotisserie, from the outside, you might not even realize that Press is a restaurant. Behind the corrugated stee... read more
Cook goes about its business quietly. And its business is being a local favorite and one of the best under-the-radar restaurants in the Napa Valley. The formula is simple: finely constructed clean ... read more
What you get when cross a saloon, piles of barbecue, a healthy does of taxidermy, and a wine bar: Hee-freaking-haw. This being downtown Napa though, the focus is on wine, with the historic space do... read more
Two words. Homemade doughnuts. Napa's cup is not exactly running over with breakfast places; and even if it were, the smell of those warm sugared doughnuts as they come to the table wrapped in thei... read more
Cindy Pawlcyn may be the poor man's (and Napa's) answer to Alice Waters, but her reach stretches far beyond the three area restaurants she founded and runs -- Mustard's, and the most-recent Go Fish... read more
A neighborhood place (though consider the ritzy neighbors) surrounded on all sides by Thomas Keller extravagance; Hurley's is at ground zero for Napa Valley wine snootery. Given the environs, its s... read more
As the gaudy sign outside describes, this is a combination of Persi...
Surreal cocktailing in SoMa. Heady mix of gothic and steampunk deco...
With just 18 seats (plus 12 bar seats), exposed brick, unglaze...
Hakkasan takes its Cantonese cuisine west with signature swanky sty...
The storied New Orleans venue named after the legendary band has ma...