After the most recent wildfires in Napa Valley in late 2019, wineries and restaurants are making a comeback. Napa Valley Restaurant Week starts on January 26 and runs through February 1. Packed with food and wine experiences from farm-to-table and Michelin Star–rated restaurants, there is no better time to enjoy everything Napa Valley has to offer. Guests can try culinary hot-spots and old favorites though multi-course prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner.
Acacia House will offer a two-course lunch for $30, a three-course dinner for $48 and a wine pairing in addition to the prix-fixe meal. Acacia House features local, sustainable menus that reflect the bounty of Napa Valley, directed by Top Chef Masters winner Chris Cosentino.
All Seasons Bistro will prepare a three-course dinner for $48. Guests can choose from a variety of main courses from the special menu as well as appetizers and a house-made dessert. Red and white wines will be available at a special price.
Bistro Jeanty will present a two-course lunch for $30 and a three-course dinner for $48. Lunch will consist of boudin noir with aligot potatoes, roasted apples and onion rings, or chicken breast with camembert-truffle sauce and haricots vert. Dinner will include choucroute garni with ham, smoked beer sausage, applewood smoked bacon and smoked pork loin, or flat-iron steak with potato risotto and truffle butter. For dessert, guests can choose between profiteroles with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce or an apple beurre noisette tart with vanilla ice cream.
Ca’ Momi Osteria invites guests for a two-course lunch for $30 or a three-course dinner for $48, and $5 glasses of Ca’ Momi Napa Valley wines. For lunch, guests can choose any type of Napoletana pizza and a salad. For dinner, guests can choose one cicchetto, one primo and a dessert.
Clif Family Bruschetteria plans a two-course lunch for $30 with guests’ choice of bruschetta and side or salad. Guests will receive a coupon with their order to redeem for a complimentary tasting flight at the Clif Family Tasting Room. Chef John McConnell serves a unique menu of bruschetta, porchetta, rotisserie chicken, farm-fresh salads and seasonal sides.
Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch will offer both a two-course lunch for $20 and a three-course dinner special for $38. The lunch course consists of a garden salad or the daily soup with arborio rice or a pulled pork sandwich. Dinner includes a garden salad or the daily soup, the choice of arborio rice or “Brick Cooked” chicken and “Big Easy” beignets.
Galpão Gaucho will curate an authentic, traditional Brazilian three-course dinner experience for $48. Dinner will include grilled meats, a fresh salad bar, a cheese and bread appetizer and side dishes like garlic mashed potatoes, caramelized bananas, traditional rice and black beans to be served tableside.
Grace’s Table will offer a two-course dinner for $20 and a three-course dinner special for $38. In addition to the prix-fixe menu, there will be Napa wine pairings available for $15 during lunch and $20 for dinner. Grace’s Table will also serve most of its regular menu during Restaurant Week.
Grille 29 Restaurant is open for a two-course Restaurant Week lunch special for $20 and happy hour specials from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. daily. The lunch menu consists of charred Brussels sprouts or stout French onion soup, and brisket sandwich or corned beef grilled cheese.
Market Restaurant will offer a two-course lunch for $30 and a three-course dinner for $48. Lunch will include fried chicken, mashed potatoes, sautéed garlic spinach, cheddar and jalapeño cornbread with cognac espresso tiramisu. Dinner will include King salmon, sautéed white asparagus spears, basil mashed potatoes and butterscotch pudding for dessert.
Napa Valley Bistro will prepare a two-course lunch for $30 and a three-course dinner for $48. Guests have many choices, from Petaluma chicken empanadas to Kobe flat-iron steak, finishing with a slice of warm chocolate cake with ice cream. The wine and beer list includes local wines from small producers and craft brews.
The Charter Oak invites guests to join them for special lunch and dinner menus between Monday and Saturday for $20 and a Sunday brunch for $20. A multi-course dinner will be offered on a nightly basis for $48. To accompany lunch and dinner, The Charter Oak will serve an optional wine pairing.
The Q Restaurant will provide authentic Memphis-style barbeque with a two-course lunch for $20 or a three-course dinner for $38, featuring its legendary fried chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy and collard greens. Dessert includes a Mason jar Key lime pie.
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