Napa Valley Restaurant Week is the perfect time to try a new restaurant at a discounted price. From January 22nd to 29th, 2017, participating restaurants are offering a prixe fixe menu for $20 at lunchtime and either $36 or $46 for dinner. Take the opportunity to revisit one of your favorites or stop into a new place while out on a day trip visiting wineries. You can expect fresh California cuisine, all expertly paired with local wine, of course.
In Napa, try Torc, the high-energy American restaurant from chef Sean O’Toole. His three-course dinner ($46) with optional wine pairings ($15 per person) offers two choices of his local, globally-inspired dishes per course.
Torc | 1140 Main St., Napa | (707) 252-3292
Fans of Neapolitan pizza will want to visit Ca’Momi for a casual lunch or a more upscale dinner. Ca’Momi combines the Italian singular devotion to authentic ingredients with the freshness and seasonality of California cuisine. Add a glass of the house red or white wine for only $5.
Ca’Momi | 1141 1st St., Napa | (707) 224-6664
Head north to St. Helena to visit Goose & Gander, a “wine country public house” with creative cocktails and a relaxed, cozy environment. A two-course lunch and a three-course dinner are available with choices like martini house mushroom soup and steak frites.
Goose & Gander | 1245 Spring St., St. Helena | (707) 967-8779
Visit the Napa Valley Restaurant Week site to see complete listings of participating restaurants with mobile-friendly maps for searching on the go. Restaurant Week is popular, so reservations are recommended.