Where to Dine
Inventive, high-end Japanese fare and artful cocktails presented in glamorous yet Zen surroundings. Consider the Omakase, a multi-course tasting menu designed to let you experience the essence of chef's Morimoto's cooking.
Miminashi holds the distinction of being the city's only izakaya-style restaurant, paying homage to the popular Japanese take on pub food, which includes yakitori, noodles, rice dishes, and larger plates. Homemade soft serve, "soft cream," with toppings like tempura crispies and sesame honeycomb candy, is served in the restaurant and also through a take-out window.
Simply great pizzas and salads made with tradition. Channeling southern Italy’s respect for pizza and vegetables, the offerings often combine both, as in a pie topped with wood-oven-roasted cauliflower. The wine list askews local tradition and mostly focuses on Italian wines.
A contemporary, high-energy American restaurant with global influences, Torc is a place to meet up with friends and get up to speed on news and events. Come catch the spirit of community while you dine on favorites, such as hand cut tagliatelle and Japanese hamachi crudo.
A bustling (and buzzing with chatter) riverfront cafe offering eclectic tapas -- inspired by Spain and South America -- in friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Beloved by locals and visitors alike, Zuzu's limited-release, off-the-beaten-path wines from California, Spain, Portugal, and South America are featured by the glass, garrafa, or bottle.
Mango on Main
Indulge in a taste of Bangkok street food in the heart of Main Street Napa. Modeled after Southeast Asian food cart culture, diners flocks here for authentic yet updated versions of recipes handed down through generations.
Cole's Chop House
A classic American Steak House located in the heart of downtown. The menu features 21 day dry-aged U.S.D.A. prime steaks, Midwestern corn-fed Black Angus Beef, formula fed veal, New Zealand lamb and fresh seafood. A Napa classic and a can't miss for the meat lover.
After a short walk from the hotel, expect a California-inspired dishes with Spanish and Mexican influences. The cocktails share center stage and are best enjoyed on the restaurant's expansive patio.
Part BBQ joint, part wine bar, part wine shop, part hunter's trophy room, Bounty Hunter defies exact description. Just go, try the beer can chicken and have a few glasses of vino.
Carpe Diem Wine Bar
Carpe Diem, meaning seize the day, provides an opportunity for just that. For a casual dining experience with a sophisticated and constantly changing menu, this Napa landmark is a great choice. Soups of the moment and weekly changing taco selections complement the original and seasonal menu created by the chefs.
A local favorite that has consistently made every "best of" Napa list year after year, Celadon offers global comfort food at it's finest. Opt for a selection of small plates and eat around the world right next to the Napa river. Don't miss the excellent sangria.
Refined bistro fare doesn't get any better than Angele. A favorite of our White House general managers, this French Country-inspired riverfront gem evokes the simple romance of the classic French brasserie. If you are a fan of sweetbreads, don't miss the crispy veal sweetbread appetizer if it graces the menu during your visit.