Discover Napa Valley’s Terroir During Napa Valley Restaurant Week
Restaurant Week is happening in Napa Valley on January 26 through February 1. This is not only a good time to experience the best Napa Valley has to offer in terms of dining, but it’s also a great opportunity to discover the remarkable terroir of Napa Valley by sampling some of the best wines and ingredients available.
Schedule your travel accommodations with Napa Valley Tours and Transportation to enjoy a fun and stress-free restaurant week.
Terroir refers to the characteristics of the soil, climate, and geography of an agricultural region. Factors like temperature, terrain, and the amount of sun and rain an area gets affect the notes of a grape. Of course, this also dictates what varietals can be grown.
The terroir of Napa Valley is ideal for growing select wine grapes and a wide variety of vegetables and fruits. During Restaurant Week, the superiority of the soil will be evident. Participating restaurants are Terroir To Table® bringing diners only the freshest food and the best-tasting wine.
Napa Valley Restaurant Week allows diners to enjoy wine and meals at various establishments. Restaurants opening their doors for the occasion include everything from Michelin-rated venues to Mom-and-Pop farmhouse eateries. The cost at each restaurant is prix fixe: $20 or $30 for a two-course lunch and $38 or $40 for a three-course dinner. Wine pairings are suggested.
Some of the participating restaurants include:
- Acacia House at Las Alcobas Hotel. 1915 Main Street, St. Helena. Top Chef alum Chef Chris Consentino offers a fresh take on California cuisine for lunch or dinner.
- Alba restaurant at River Terrace Inn. 1600 Oscol Avenue, Napa. A three-course dinner featuring a choice of pan-seared Pacific halibut or grilled Denver steak will be served.
- Boon Fly Cafe. 4048 Sonoma Highway, Napa. Featuring modern rustic cuisine served in a contemporary roadhouse atmosphere, the most popular dinner options will be on the menu.
- Calistoga Inn Restaurant and Brewery. 1250 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga. Enjoy lunch or dinner on the patio, in the pub, or in the vintage dining room.
- Farm at Carneros. 4048 Sonoma Highway, Napa. A three-course dinner menu showcasing simple but elegant food features produce from the onsite culinary garden and fresh eggs from the chicken coop.
- The Charter Oak. Chef Christopher Kostow and his team will offer lunch, brunch and dinner with a menu reflecting the products of the Napa Valley.
- Harvest Table. 1 Main Street, St. Helena. Lunch or dinner with the option of a Napa Valley-centric wine pairing will be served in the welcoming atmosphere of this honest and refined restaurant.
- The restaurant at Auberge du soleil. Executive chef Robert Curry orchestrates a two-course lunch with a selection of wines by the glass.
- Charlie Palmer. Enjoy a two-course lunch or a three-course dinner with a bottomless wine option.
- The Q Restaurant and Bar. Savor American Heritage Cooking at its finest featuring Memphis-style barbecue and many “down-home” favorites for lunch or dinner.
Napa Valley Tours and Transportation
Restaurant Week in Napa Valley or any trip to the region can be everything you dreamed of and more when you let the kind and knowledgeable staff at Napa Valley Tours and Transportation get involved in your local travel. Contact us today to schedule your Restaurant Week tour or to find out more about all the services we offer. Our experienced drivers will meet you and your party at the airport, take you to your hotel, and drive you around while you’re visiting Napa Valley. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy your vacation.