Restaurants in Napa Valley
Located within the Mount View Hotel in downtown Calistoga, Barolo is a small restaurant with red leather booths, a marble bar and tabletops, and varied artistic light fixtures.
Sometimes, even when you’re traveling among the world’s high temples of gastronomy, all you really want is a good, messy hamburger.
A cutout of a wild pig hanging from the rafters of Oxbow Public Market denotes the entrance to this food- and wine-focused antique shop.
The flagship restaurant of the Plumpjack Winery—owned Carneros Inn, Farm combines the architectural elements of an American farmhouse, including a central hearth, hardwood floors, and an A-frame roof, with the styling of a contemporary restaurant—open kitchen, white tablecloths, and purple booths
A Mediterranean influence dominates the 120-seat formal dining area within the larger Auberge du Soleil Resort.
Lemon cookie, burnt caramel, and cardamom are just a few of the 100-plus rotating flavors available at this all-natural ice cream shop.
Within the narrow confines of Cook, owner-chef Jude Wilmoth, who previously helmed the kitchen at St. Helena's Tra Vigne, prepares casual Northern Italian cuisine using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Chef Richard Reddington’s sleek, sultry, Mediterrasian restaurant is as close to Hollywood as you’ll find in Napa Valley.
In addition to specialty market Dean and Deluca and Rudd winery, Leslie Rudd owns this restaurant.
Situated in the Historic Napa Mill district established in 1884, the Napa General Store contains several operations: a restaurant serving breakfast and lunch; a wine tasting bar specializing in small-batch local wines; and a gift store selling everything from jewelry to vases made with grape vine
Vibrant accents of red, orange, and green call attention to this quick-service Venezuelan eatery at Oxbow Public Market. Modeled after a traditional arepera, or 24/7 food joint, Pica Pica features an entirely wheat- and gluten-free menu comprised of various corn dishes.