Napa Valley is famous for its Michelin-Star restaurants and talented chefs, so it definitely belongs on any foodie's bucket list. Napa Valley Restaurant Week is a great occasion to dine throughout the valley and discover some new places, tastes, and experiences. Held every January, Napa Valley Restaurant Week features about 40 participating venues. Guests are typically offered multi-course prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner.
Napa Valley Restaurant Week helps visitors discover the valley's vibrant food scene and its new hot spots in five beautiful towns. It starts from Napa, the largest city in the valley, where you can find anything, from tacos to BBQ and vegetarian delights. Yountville is called Napa Valley’s culinary capital due to the variety of restaurants in this small town, which can satisfy any taste. Calistoga is known for upscale dining and its famous gumbo ya-ya and Southern BBQs. St. Helena is all about farm-to-table food and healthy choices. Finally, American Canyon is famous for its authentic tacos, sandwiches, and delicious Italian food.