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bistrogiovanniBistro Don Giovanni (2 mi.)
Indulge in an Italian and Country French flavor at this tantalizing restaurant boasting a traditional wood-burning fireplace and outdoor terraces.

celadonCeladon (3 mi.)
This award-winning fine dining establishment will treat you to a seasonally influenced menu inspired by Mediterranean, Asian, and American flavors in historic Napa Mill.

celadonCole’s Chop House
(3 mi.) Feast on classic American steaks in the heart of downtown Napa, including dry aged prime steaks, Certified Angus Beef, fresh seafood, and more.

Cuvee (3 mi.)
Indulge in fine wines and savor contemporary Creole-Continental cuisine combined with flavors inspired by French and Spanish ingredients at this legendary setting.

Fume(2 mi.)
Visit this seasonally inspired American bistro and relax in a warm, friendly environment in the heart of Napa. Enjoy patio dining, a full bar, and great food.

La Toque (4 mi.)
La Toque, Ken Frank's landmark Napa Valley restaurant, has moved to the new Westin Verasa Napa. Our beautiful home at the Westin, adjacent to the Oxbow Public Market, is at the heart of a newly vibrant downtown Napa.


Bouchon (8 mi.)
Enjoy succulent French bistro food from steak-frites to quiche, oysters and more at the incomparable Bouchon.

Brix (9 mi.)
This restaurant and wine shop is framed by the gorgeous hills of Napa offering a panoramic view of the restaurant’s olive groves and beyond.

Etoile (8 mi.)
Wine, dine, and lounge at this exquisite restaurant epitomizing the very best that wine country dining has to offer.

French Laundry (8 mi.)
Indulge in contemporary American cuisine with a French twist at this rustic two-story stone house restaurant.

Mustards (9 mi.)
Visit Mustards Grill, a cozy country grill surrounded by vineyards and boasting a warmth and friendliness unmatched in the surrounding area.

Redd (9 mi.)
Savor creative cuisine in an inviting, warm atmosphere, featuring thoughtfully chosen wines, welcoming surroundings, and exquisite dishes.


Auberge du Soleil (12 mi.)
This great wine country establishment boasts an award-winning menu and wine list and cuisine that reflects the natural diversity of the Napa Valley.

Rutherford Grill (12 mi.)
Enjoy great food in a casual, comfortable setting, including friendly service and reasonable prices.


Press (15 mi.)
This favorite spot for musicians, performers, and locals boasts good food, good fun, good drink, and good music – all under one roof.

Terra (15 mi.)
Sample an award-winning wine list and eclectic New American fare, inspired by European country food with an Asian twist.


Brannan’s Grill (22 mi.)
This critically acclaimed restaurant includes an award-winning wine list with rare selections, a fine dining menu, and private vineyard tour.

More Restaurants and Wineries in Napa

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About the Napa Valley Region

The Napa Valley is bounded by the Mayacamas Mountains to the west and by the Vaca Mountains to the east and is about 35 miles north of San Francisco. In many wine regions, there can be a significance quality variance from winery to winery, but it takes considerable effort to find a Napa Valley winery not making excellent wine. The valley includes the city of Napa at the southern end and the city of St. Helena at the northern end. The Napa climate is influenced by elevation and distance from San Pablo Bay. During the day, valley floor vineyards reach higher temperatures than do higher elevation vineyards, and temperature tends to increase as you move further away from San Pablo Bay. Night temperatures are higher in mountain vineyards than they are in valley floor vineyards. These different climates, and soils, can create nuances in the resultant wines produced by Napa wineries that are the focus of countless discussions and debates among Napa wine enthusiasts. Napa is California’s most developed and visited wine area with over 700 wineries, about half of which are open for tasting. Napa wineries make between 200 and 5,000,000 cases with the average somewhere around 7,000 cases.

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