Experience legendary food and wine
Napa Valley, CA- Get ready to experience some of the most scrumptious and best places to eat in Napa Valley!
Napa Valley Restaurant Week, Jan. 26- Feb. 1, 2020, takes place during Cabernet Season, November through April, and allows both locals and visitors to dine throughout the valley and experience the region’s legendary food and wine culture at a fixed price.
Multi-course prix-fixe menus are offered for both lunch ($20 or $30) and dinner ($38 or $48), allowing guests to experience the latest culinary hot spots or revisit old favorites. Regional farm-to-table practices and Michelin-starred restaurants make the Napa Valley an epicurean destination, and there’s no better time to enjoy the region’s culinary scene than during Napa Valley Restaurant Week.
Each of the restaurants has created menus that celebrate the season and many also offer optional Napa Valley wine pairings, for an additional charge.
Participating restaurants include many of the most iconic and popular destinations throughout the valley, including Angele, Charlie Palmer Steak, Compline and TORC in Napa; Brix and Bistro Jeanty in Yountville; the Michelin-starred Auberge du Soleil in Rutherford; Acacia House and The Charter Oak in St. Helena; and Evangeline and Lovina in Calistoga.
Below are some highlights of Napa Valley Restaurant Week. To view the complete list of restaurants participating, please visit www.visitnapavalley.com/restaurant_week.
- Angèle in downtown Napa offers a two-course lunch for $30 and three-course dinner for $48, available Monday through Friday. Located along the Napa River, Angele brings the classic cuisine and warm hospitality of the French countryside to the Napa Valley.
- Charlie Palmer Steak at Archer Hotel Napa offers a two-course lunch for $30 and three-course dinner for $48, bringing back their beloved Surf & Turf entrée special. Guests who order from the Restaurant Week menu have the option to add “Bottomless Wine” for $17.
- Compline Wine Bar, which offers elevated Napa cuisine in a relaxed setting and features one of Napa Valley’s most extensive wine lists, offers a two-course lunch for $30 or a three-course dinner for $38.
- FARM at Carneros offers a three-course dinner for $48, featuring produce from the resort’s onsite culinary garden and the option to add a craft beer or regional wine pairing.
- Filippi’s Pizza Grotto offers its “Italian Feast for Two” for dinner, which includes an 11-inch cheese pizza; two salads; two spaghetti lasagna combinations; focaccia bread; and choice of house Chianti or Tiramisu for dessert for $38.
- Galpao Gaucho features a three-course dinner for $48, which includes a homemade cheese bread appetizer; a 40-plus item salad bar; and 17 unlimited cuts of meat carved table-side by Gaucho chefs. The three courses are unlimited and at your own pace. Reservations noting “Restaurant Week” are required.
- Grace’s Table, recipient of a Michelin Bib Gourmand, offers a two-course lunch for $20 and three-course dinner for $38 featuring selections from its menu. In addition, guests may enjoy a glass of Napa Valley wine for an additional $15 for lunch and $20 for dinner. Offer excludes Jan. 26, 2020.
- Gran Electrica offers a three-course dinner for $38, featuring Tostada de Ceviche (cauliflower substitute for vegetarians); followed by Mole Pipian de Pollo (chile relleno substitute for vegetarians); with Flan Casero for dessert.
- Napa General Store offers a two-course lunch for $20, featuring a cup of soup of the day or a special dessert with each entrée. Napa Valley wines by the glass are offered for an additional cost. The restaurant also features a daily “Yappy Hour” from 3 – 5 p.m. so dogs can also celebrate Restaurant Week.
- Oenotri offers a three-course dinner for $48, featuring southern-Italian cuisine built around the harvest from their five-acre garden and local purveyors.
- Tarla offers a two-course lunch for $20 and three-course dinner for $38. The two-course lunch special includes an entrée and a dessert choice of either vanilla bean gelato or Chardonnay apricot sorbet. The three-course dinner special includes a house salad or soup of the day; entrée; and dessert. Optional wine pairings will also be available at a reduced price.
- TORC offers a three-course dinner for $48 featuring seasonal highlights and crowd favorites from Chef Sean O’Toole’s farmers’ market and ingredient-driven menu.
- Bottega Napa Valley offers a two-course lunch for $20 Tuesday through Thursday only.
- Bistro Jeanty offers a two-course lunch for $30, featuring classically prepared dishes like Boudin Noir with aligot potatoes, roasted apples and onion rings or chicken breast with camembert-truffle sauce and haricots verts. The restaurant will also offer a three-course dinner for $48 with the choice of Choucroute Garnie with ham, smoked beer sausage, applewood smoked bacon and smoked pork loin or a flat iron steak with potato risotto and truffle butter.
- Brix offers a two-course lunch for $30 and a three-course dinner for $48 featuring menus inspired by the culinary traditions of Northern California, accented by international technique.
- The Michelin-starred Restaurant at Auberge du Soleil presents a two-course lunch for $30, featuring an inspired menu utilizing ingredients sourced from local and regional purveyors, with an optional wine pairing from one of most extensive wine cellars in Napa Valley. The Restaurant at Auberge du Soleil offers views of the valley floor from its dining room or terrace. Available Monday through Friday, advance reservations recommended.
St. Helena Restaurants
- Acacia House at Las Alcobas offers a two-course lunch for $30 and a three-course dinner for $48 honoring the wine country region with unique regional wines complemented by local, sustainable menus created by Top Chef alum Chris Cosentino.
- Clif Family Wines offers a $30 two-course lunch at the celebrated Clif Family Bruschetteria Food Truck parked alongside the tasting room on Main Street in St. Helena. The two-course lunch includes a small salad or seasonal soup, followed by a choice of Bruschetta from the menu.
- Gatehouse Restaurant offers a two-course lunch for $20 or three-course dinner for $38. The restaurant will be closed Jan. 27-28, 2020.
- Market Restaurant offers a two-course lunch for $30 and a three-course dinner for $48. The lunch entrée features organic fried chicken and a cheddar-jalapeno cornbread, while the dinner entrée is King salmon with sautéed white asparagus spears, basil mashed potatoes and a pomegranate sauce.
- The Charter Oak, by Chef Cristopher Kostow, offers a two-course lunch special for $20 Monday through Sunday and a two-course Sunday brunch for $20. The restaurant will also offer a three-course dinner nightly for $48. Optional wine pairings are also available.
- The 125-year-old Calistoga Inn, a landmark restaurant and brewery, offers a two-course lunch for $30 and three-course dinner for $48, featuring California/American cuisine with a focus on fresh, organic, farm sourcing. The Inn’s brewery, the Napa Valley Brewing Co., was the first established brewery in the Napa Valley after Prohibition.
- Evangeline, a casual French bistro cuisine with a Creole soul, offers a multi-course dinner for $48 featuring a choice of steak frites, seared Skuna King salmon or truffle and mushroom pasta.
- Lovina offers a two-course lunch for $30and three-course dinner for $48, featuring locavore, American fare in a casual dining environment.