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    The Westin Verasa Napa

    Napa, United States


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    Betty's Girl Boutique
    1144 Main Street
    Napa, United States
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    Unique Vintage in Napa
    By Davina Baum

    Not your standard second-hand store: Vintage dresses are given new life at Betty's. Pieces are reconditioned and rebuilt, and everything can be tailored to fit. Many dresses are ameliorated with a flounce here, a flutter there. Boring old-lady house dresses are revitalized with lace and patterns. One-of-a-kind finds to bring home.

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    Di Rosa Preserve
    5200 Carneros Highway
    Napa, United States
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    Napa Valley Isn't Just about Wine
    By Clare Olivares

    Yes, Napa Valley is known for its wine, but the Di Rosa Preserve highlights the art of Northern California.

    Rene and Veronica di Rosa had a personal passion for art and artists. Their home, the Di Rosa Preserve, became the focal point not only for their life, but for the development of a world-class art collection that is now housed in three buildings, both contemporary and historic, as well as on the surrounding acres. Here you will see inventive and provocative art displayed throughout the home and grounds.

    A great place to visit between wine sips.

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    Ca' Momi Enoteca
    610 1st Street
    Napa, United States
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    The Best Neapolitan Pizza Outside Italy?
    By Jenna Francisco

    I have a thing for authentic Italian food, and this place quickly won me over. Ca' Momi is housed in the foodie lover's Oxbow Public Market just across the river from Downtown Napa. It's a combination of winbar, where you can get small plates and wine, a sit-down restaurant on the outdoor patio, and a counter of absolutely delicious pastries. The restaurant is the vision of Dario, an Italian who actually worked in a pizzeria while in college but is now not only the owner but also the wine maker of Ca' Momi wines.

    Besides providing an Italian experience with what they call "obsessively authentic Italian cuisine," Ca' Momi also supports sustainable and organic dining. Dario imports the finest organic ingredients from Italy and uses local organic ingredients for the rest. Highly recommended are the margherita pizza and bignes.

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    Oxbow Public Market
    644 1st Street
    Napa, United States
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    Foodie Heaven at Oxbow Public Market in Napa, California
    By Jenna Francisco

    Oxbow Public Market is an excellent introduction to the food and atmosphere of Northern California. The market supports sustainable, local agriculture and production. There are many shops and food purveyors, mostly casual offerings where you pick up your food and find a table, but there are also some sit-down restaurants. The choices all highlight food from the region and include multi-ethnic California cuisine, fresh oysters, organic gourmet ice cream, artisan cheeses, Napa Valley wines, and local olive oil. When the weather is nice, sit on the back terrace that overlooks the Napa River.

    Oxbow also makes a great place to buy gifts—try Anette's Chocolates and the Olive Press for distinctive local products that you can take home to friends and family. A wonderful farmers market takes place next to Oxbow on Saturdays from May 1-Oct. 31 from 7:30 a.m. to noon.

    Oxbow Public Market is open 7 days a week. Each purveyor has its own hours, but all are open 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. There are also Happy Hour and locals' events throughout the week; more information about these can be found on the website.

    Parking is ample and free. You can leave your car there and walk to the rest of downtown Napa, which is just 3-4 blocks away past wine tasting rooms.

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    Morimoto Napa
    610 Main Street
    Napa, United States
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    Stylish Sushi in Napa
    By Jen Murphy

    When the famous Japanese chef Masaharu Morimoto opened a branch of his eponymous restaurant in downtown Napa it was definitely a game changer for the dining scene, bringing a bit of Vegas-style flash to wine country. To be safe, make a reservation in advance. The restaurant is always packed and buzzing. The chef's famous angry chicken is delicious, but the real reason to go is the super fresh sushi and sashimi. Splurge and order the omakase menu ($120 and up) and the chef will prepare what he thinks is freshest that day.

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    Grace's Table
    1400 2nd Street
    Napa, United States
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    Garden-Fresh Food in Downtown Napa
    By Jenna Francisco

    Napa Valley is home to some fantastic restaurants, several of which are located in the few square blocks of downtown Napa. My favorite among these is Grace's Table. The owner and chef combines a global awareness of flavors with a commitment to local, sustainable sources of fine ingredients. Seasonal vegetables are often those he has just picked from his garden earlier in the day. Besides the vibrant flavors of the lunch and dinner menus, Grace's Table serves an excellent breakfast, with European-style offerings of fresh baguette, seasonal fruit, and homemade yogurt—though the flavorful egg dishes are not to be missed either. Late-afternoon Happy Hour is a good time to sample small plates from the dinner menu.

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    Oenotri
    1425 1st Street
    Napa, United States
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    Seasonal California Meets Southern Italy in Napa Valley
    By Jenna Francisco

    It was my first dinner out in Downtown Napa (the new place to be in Napa Valley), and it set the bar very high for the rest of my stay. My dinner at Oenotri was one of the best I've ever had. From the salad of beets, arugula, and oranges, the fresh pasta, and the rabbit with chickpeas, to the wine pairings and the amazing chocolate torta, everything was perfect.

    One of the reasons Oenotri's food is so delicious is that, like at most restaurants in the area, the menu is based only on what's seasonal, fresh, and local. The menu changes daily depending on what ingredients are coming in from the area. All the dishes are inspired by the cuisine of Southern Italy. If you visit the Napa Valley, this is definitely one place to put on your list to get a feeling for what makes the area's cuisine so memorable.

    Oenotri serves lunch Mon.-Fri. and dinner daily, plus late-night pizza and drinks on Fridays and Saturdays.

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    Azzurro Pizzeria e Enoteca
    1260 Main Street
    Napa, United States
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    A Satisfying Slice at Azzurro Pizzeria
    By Courtney Humiston

    A Main Street mainstay, this bustling pizza palace has been tossing dough since 2001. Owned by the same family as nearby local favorite Norman Rose Tavern, it has a dedicated following and the pizza and pasta is consistent and satisfying if not especially daring.

    Photo by Katie Newburn

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    Napa
    Napa, United States
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    Biking, Hiking, and Kayaking in Napa
    By Jen Murphy

    Most people come to Napa for the wine, but the Napa Valley is also an amazing place for people who love nature and the outdoors. Napa Valley Adventure Tours offers hiking, biking, and kayaking trips around the Valley. And of course, in addition to breaking a sweat, you also get to taste some local wines. The biking trip covers around 13 miles but stops at three boutique wineries. The Napa Valley also has some of the area's best hiking. I love spending an afternoon exploring Zim Zim Creek Trail and Bothe State Park.

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    Napa
    Napa, United States
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    Free Art in Wine Country
    By Jen Murphy

    I love wine, but even I need a break from wine tasting. A nice way to break up a day of eating and drinking in Napa Valley is to explore the great art on display for free in downtown Napa. For the third year, the Arts Council Napa Valley has curated amazing sculptures from top artists such as Tamar Assaf and Mike Suri as part of their Napa ARTwalk program. This year's program, themed Metamorphosis, kicks off June 2013, but a few pieces will be up in time for BottleRock. The visitor's center has free brochures that include a map of all of the artwork as well as information on each sculpture.

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    Palmaz Vineyards
    4029 Hagen Rd
    Napa, United States
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    Palmaz Vineyards
    By Matt Long

    Palmaz Vineyards is a family run estate in the best sense of the term: everyone, from the patriarch to the kids, has a role in running this state-of-the-art winery. If James Bond wanted to make wine, he would start at Palmaz. The techniques are extraordinary and produce some of the best wines I’ve ever enjoyed.

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    Taste at Oxbow - Wine Tasting Salon
    708 1st Street
    Napa, United States
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    Wine Tasting at Napa's Tasting Rooms in Napa, California
    By Jenna Francisco

    The city of Napa has been revitalized and now offers several excellent wine tasting rooms. Conveniently located within walking distance of each other (and with ample free parking), Napa's tasting rooms make an easy option for wine tasting without having to worry about driving. One of my favorites is Taste at Oxbow, just on the corner from Oxbow Public Market.

    On the day that I visited, the tasting room managers were friendly and helpful, explaining the details of all the wines, including the geography of Napa Valley with the areas where the grapes came from. The atmosphere was relaxed and comfortable with the sense of chic that is so easily found in Napa. I recommend sitting at the table if possible and ordering a cheese plate to accompany the wine tasting.

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    Napa
    Napa, United States
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    Free Art in Wine Country
    By Jen Murphy

    I love wine, but even I need a break from wine tasting. A nice way to break up a day of eating and drinking in Napa Valley is to explore the great art on display for free in downtown Napa. For the third year, the Arts Council Napa Valley has curated amazing sculptures from top artists such as Tamar Assaf and Mike Suri as part of their Napa ARTwalk program. This year's program, themed Metamorphosis, kicks off June 2013, but a few pieces will be up in time for BottleRock. The visitor's center has free brochures that include a map of all of the artwork as well as information on each sculpture.

    Read More
    Napa
    Napa, United States
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    Biking, Hiking, and Kayaking in Napa
    By Jen Murphy

    Most people come to Napa for the wine, but the Napa Valley is also an amazing place for people who love nature and the outdoors. Napa Valley Adventure Tours offers hiking, biking, and kayaking trips around the Valley. And of course, in addition to breaking a sweat, you also get to taste some local wines. The biking trip covers around 13 miles but stops at three boutique wineries. The Napa Valley also has some of the area's best hiking. I love spending an afternoon exploring Zim Zim Creek Trail and Bothe State Park.

    Read More
    Oxbow Public Market
    644 1st Street
    Napa, United States
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    Foodie Heaven at Oxbow Public Market in Napa, California
    By Jenna Francisco

    Oxbow Public Market is an excellent introduction to the food and atmosphere of Northern California. The market supports sustainable, local agriculture and production. There are many shops and food purveyors, mostly casual offerings where you pick up your food and find a table, but there are also some sit-down restaurants. The choices all highlight food from the region and include multi-ethnic California cuisine, fresh oysters, organic gourmet ice cream, artisan cheeses, Napa Valley wines, and local olive oil. When the weather is nice, sit on the back terrace that overlooks the Napa River.

    Oxbow also makes a great place to buy gifts—try Anette's Chocolates and the Olive Press for distinctive local products that you can take home to friends and family. A wonderful farmers market takes place next to Oxbow on Saturdays from May 1-Oct. 31 from 7:30 a.m. to noon.

    Oxbow Public Market is open 7 days a week. Each purveyor has its own hours, but all are open 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. There are also Happy Hour and locals' events throughout the week; more information about these can be found on the website.

    Parking is ample and free. You can leave your car there and walk to the rest of downtown Napa, which is just 3-4 blocks away past wine tasting rooms.

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    Di Rosa Preserve
    5200 Carneros Highway
    Napa, United States
    Show Map
    Napa Valley Isn't Just about Wine
    By Clare Olivares

    Yes, Napa Valley is known for its wine, but the Di Rosa Preserve highlights the art of Northern California.

    Rene and Veronica di Rosa had a personal passion for art and artists. Their home, the Di Rosa Preserve, became the focal point not only for their life, but for the development of a world-class art collection that is now housed in three buildings, both contemporary and historic, as well as on the surrounding acres. Here you will see inventive and provocative art displayed throughout the home and grounds.

    A great place to visit between wine sips.

    Read More

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