A question I always get asked is where to eat when I come across many visting the Napa Valley. I have my favorites which are in no special order, Bottega and Redd Wood in Yountville, Bistro Don Giovanni on Highway 29 at the last traffic light when leaving the city of Napa and for drinking a glass of wine, the bar at Bouchon.
A couple of days ago, I came across a story in the San Francisco Chroniclegiven probably the best list of places to eat here. You cannot
go wrong with any of these. The only problem there are a few to chose from and getting in many of these. They are fully booked most of the time. If I can give you advice on how to get in most of these, please contact me and if you need any advice about finding the perfect Napa Valley property, my email at Curtis@NapaValleyAddress.com.
The difference in the Napa Valley restaurant scene from when Mustard’s opened in 1983 is monumental. In the 2012 Top 100 Bay Area Restaurant Guide, a dozen Napa Valley restaurants earned a coveted spot. They are: