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Napa Valley is world famous for its wine and beautiful scenery. It's about a 45 minute drive from Davis, either down Interstate 80 to Highway 12 or simply follow Covell Boulevard through Winters and into the mountains. This will drop you off on the north side of the valley.
Napa Valley is mostly private property, but surrounding areas provide many opportunities for hiking in Napa County. There's also a French Laundry, but you can't afford it and they do a lousy job pressing trousers. If you plan a wedding or event in the Napa area one caterer specific to the area is Napa Catering Company may we worth getting a free quote.
If you ever find yourself in the town of Napa, a recommended stop for lunch is at the Napa General Store and dinner at Celadon. Both are located in the Historic Napa Mill. Another suggestion is to try heading up to St Helena to grab wine, dinner and drinks at the Culinary Institute. The prices are reasonable (they are a non profit educational outfit) and the food is fantastic. They have an amazing wine cellar, 30 year sherrys and some of the best 40 Scotch you'll have the privilege of tasting.
2006-09-07 17:23:28 Who the HELL put that blatant opinion on the information page? Leave it for the comments, buddy! —SteffiChristiana
2006-09-25 17:47:55 Go to Calistoga if you want to get mugged. —NicholasKnoblauch
2006-10-27 09:10:46 My wife Nicole and I were married at Churchill Manor in Napa on July 17, 2004. If you ever find yourself in the town of Napa, I recommend lunch at the Napa General Store or dinner at Celadon. Both are located in the Historic Napa Mill. —AdamFlowers
2006-10-27 15:01:36 Try heading up to St Helena to grab wine dinner and drinks at the Culinary Institute. The prices are reasonable it being a non profit educational outfit and the food is fantastic. They have an amazing wine cellar, 30 year sherrys and some of the best 40 Scotch I have ever had the privilege of tasting. —JonathanNasca