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Dinner in Napa- top choice?

We have reservations at The French Laundry, Ad Hoc (been here, LOVE it) and Celadon. Celadon is a locals restaurant f in downtown Napa and was highly recommended by our hotel concierge. She also recommended ABC for breakfast/brunch/lunch. It's a locals bakery and is really popular. The concierge also recommended Pearl, Elements and Zyn's Valley.

Jan 29, 2009
TNT72 in San Francisco Bay Area

Comme Ca? You're kidding, Right?

I found the burger to be delicious! I've recommended it to quite a few people and am returning today as a matter of fact. If you don't like the fries it's probably because you haven't been to France and ordered fries in a Bistro. The service could be better but LA isn't a service town to start with, in my opinion. I also don't like the white, plastic chairs in the dining room. They not only feel unsteady but there are better options for simple modern chairs.

Jan 29, 2009
TNT72 in Los Angeles Area

Dinner in Napa- top choice?

We're foodies and will be in the Napa area for 1 night over the holidays. Where is your top choice for dinner (excluding French Laundry, I tried)?

Dec 16, 2008
TNT72 in San Francisco Bay Area

which wineries worth it/worth tours?

Although this post has long past I couldn't resist adding my two-cents. I highly recommend the wine cave tasting at Del Dotto. They boast 2 wineries (St. Helena- new, Napa- original) and their wine offers an experience not soon forgotten. Their red wines rate 90+ points and they make the first port I've ever really liked. While their wine cave tasting fee is more pricey than their neighbors, it's truly worth every penny.

Dec 16, 2008
TNT72 in San Francisco Bay Area