Where To Eat And Things To See

Where To Eat

The Napa Valley offers world-class dining including two 3-star Michelin rated restaurants.  You don’t need to spend a fortune to enjoy a delicious taste of wine country.

Here is a list of restaurants we recommend and are among our favorites.  We have included a notation with $ to suggest how much you might spend.  The list is organized by town starting in Napa moving north to St Helena, which is about 35 minutes from downtown Napa.  Reservations are ideal for most of these restaurants.

Napa

    • Cafe’ Angele $$
    • Oxbow Public Market $-$$
    • Morimoto $$$
    • Farm $$$
    • Grace’s Table $
    • Bounty Hunter Wine Bar $$
    • Bistro Don Giovanni $$

Yountville

    • Bistro Jeanty $$$
    • Bouchon $$$
    • R&D Kitchen $$$
    • French Laundry $$$$

Rutherford

    • Rutherford Grill $$
    • Mustards Grill $$

St. Helena

    • St. Helena Bistro $$
    • Farmstead $$
    • Cook Street $$$
    • Goose and Gander $$$
    • Meadow Wood $$$$

For a quick lunch, there are a number of fast-food restaurants within 1 mile of the college.  Drive north on Soscal Avenue and passed Imola Avenue.

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