Two Birds One Stone
In a welcome departure from Napa’s typical European-focused fare, Two Birds One Stone brings on the yakitori—though it doesn’t forsake the wine country aesthetic. The 19th-century stone building channels Napa’s timeless bucolic setting, while new steel elements bring it into the modern age. The California-inspired Japanese grill menu is poultry-forward, but rounded out nicely with fresh local produce. Prep your palate for melted cherry tomatoes with white soy or shiitake-teriyaki chicken thighs. Warm summer evenings are best spent on the outdoor patio by the fire pits. Plus, the restaurant offers complimentary corkage on one bottle of Napa or Sonoma wine.