You may not spot starlets in the spare, chic dining room—where the stark white walls are offset by sensuously curved modern chairs—but if you did, they’d seem right at home here. Chef Richard Reddington’s sleek restaurant is at the center of Napa’s epicurean hamlet, Yountville. Signature dishes like hamachi sashimi with sticky rice and ginger-lime sauce, or petrale sole over jasmine rice in a saffron-curry nage, employ flavors not usually found on wine country menus. Flavors on the a la carte and tasting menus are from around the world, but paired, of course, with Napa wines. Don’t want to commit? The bar offers small bites, craft cocktails, wine, and small talk with locals.