St. Helena (/ˌseɪnt həˈliːnə/ saynt hə-LEE-nə) (Wappo: Anakotanoma, "Bull Snake Village") is a city in Napa County, California. It is part of the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. The population was 5,814 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in St. Helena
4.5 based on 637 reviews
PRESS is the perfect wine country dining experience. PRESS features prime dry-aged beef, whole roasted chicken, and wild fish prepared on a custom wood burning grill and rotisserie. The modern farmhouse style blends with the neighboring vineyards to create a truly modern steakhouse. An award winning largely Napa Valley wine list completes the PRESS experience.
What a great evening we had! Excellent food options with incredible taste! Service was equally amazing. We will definitely come back and recommend PRESS to people visiting this area!
4.5 based on 330 reviews
The baked goods are so fresh here and full of flavor. I wish I had one in my neighborhood. Yummy breakfast sandwiches and sweets.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Get it fresh Daily! The Napa Valley Coffee Roasting Company is dedicated to providing its customers with the best coffee possible, carefully roasted to preserve each variety's unique characteristics and flavor. Our small-batch custom roasts are available, as whole beans or ground coffee, in our retail stores. We also offer made-to-order espresso drinks and freshly brewed regular and decaf coffee, complemented by pastries in the morning and cookies in the afternoon.
Was in town so we dropped by for coffee. It was not a good experience. First it was raining and we couldn't fine a place to park. Once we did find a place (down the street) I was wet when I arrived inside. It took some time to get our coffee and when I got my Capacino it was only warm. think I will be back.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch's restaurant showcases the seasonal, ingredient-driven American farmhouse cooking of executive chef Stephen Barber. LMR Grass-fed Beef CheeseburgerHoused in a former nursery barn, our 110-seat restaurant revolves around a central open kitchen with booth and central seating, community dining, and a full bar. We feature an authentic farm-to-table menu. The ingredients are foraged from local sources and feature Long Meadow Ranch's all natural grass-fed beef and lamb, organic and sustainably produced eggs, fruits, vegetables, extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, and honey. Possessing a substantial background in Southern cooking styles, Stephen emphasizes a wood-burning element for select dishes. Stephen's kitchen is also outfitted with a plancha, a cast-iron grill ideal for searing Long Meadow Ranch's healthy, tender, and flavorful grass-fed beef and lamb. Community tables at Farmstead restaurantFarmstead at Long Meadow Ranch's restaurant wine program features Long Meadow Ranch Winery's elegant and balanced wines, as well as other domestic and international wines selected by Chris Hall to complement the restaurant's American farmhouse cooking. LMR and Farmstead wines are also available to purchase to-go at the Logan-Ives House cellar door. There is no corkage fee at Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch. Instead, a $5-per-bottle fee is collected as a donation to a featured local community-building not-for-profit organization each month. We call this program Corkage for Community. Outdoor bar at Farmstead restaurantOutdoors in season, guests can enjoy a meal among the espalier apple trees, drinks at the bar, or relax with friends and family by the cozy wood-fired authentic forge. Monday through Friday from 4 PM to 6 PM we offer a Growers' Happy Hour with specially-priced cocktails, beer, and wine and a special bar menu. We also offer Weekly Traditions featuring special friendly, casual menus on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nghts and on Sunday for brunch. Live entertainment on Fridays. The regular menu is available everyday. Indoor and outdoor seating available. Walk-ins are welcome
We chose this location because we had a day of visiting wineries and we wanted comfortable, home food. We ordered he fried chicken meal and it was served family style. The cheddar biscuits were amazing, the chicken, mashed potatoes, and greens hit the spot. The apple bread pudding was a lovely finish. Ordered decaf coffee with dessert and it was also delicious. Our waiter was very attentive. One thing, after reading the reviews, I thought the cheddar biscuits came with dinner. I mentioned how we wanted some and we were charged for this request. But we received free cheddar biscuits with our meal? They are amazing just be careful how you ask to the waiter.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Stop in the CIA's bakery cafe for sumptuous soups, sandwiches, salads, artisan breads, desserts, and a full menu of illy coffee drinks and Dammann Freres teas. All items are available for takeout or to enjoy in our reservation-free dining area and out on the Herb Terrace.
a great bargain! had the fired chicken sandwich! so so good! you get to walk through the gift shop with all the tools a master chef needs to get to the deli. food prepared to order. very good service.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
While expressing our disappointment that a favorite restaurant had closed since our last visit to the Napa Valley, one of the wineries shared that most of the staff from that restaurant went to the Brasswood so we decided to try it. Great decision! The restaurant is in one large room that is decorated in the California wine country style which makes it feel very relaxed, sort of like a ski resort. Our waitress was from that other restaurant so we had a wonderful discussion. And even though very busy, she spent time with us to chat, never made us feel that we were bothering her, and never rushed us.
The food is excellent. My husband and I both started with the Roasted Beet Salad with arugula, shaved radish, fennel, and an orange dressing. For our main course we had the Pork Chop Scallopini which was served with potatoes that I believe that Gruyere cheese in them, butternut squash, roasted brussel sprout leaves, and pomegranate seeds. We enjoyed this meal with a bottle of Pinot Noir from the restaurant's wine menu. We liked it hear so much that we stayed for dessert which is rare for us. We shared chocolate cake with raspberry and a Chianti dessert wine. Absolutely the best meal that we had in the Napa Valley.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Market Restaurant offers an elegant yet comfortable dining experience. Located on Main Street in St. Helena, the historical building features exposed stone walls and an antique bar dating back to the turn of the century. The menu features American classics with a fresh seasonal approach and the wine list offers a diverse selection of wines to complement Chef's creations, with an emphasis on wines from local Napa Valley vintners. In addition to a locally inspired and reasonably priced wine list, Market never charges corkage.
Read the reviews in line and decided to take a break from wine tasting to get a bite to eat. We got a cute window table which allows you to enjoy to amazing people watching. The soups were amazing. Get a glass of champs and wait awhile.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Gott's Roadside is a different kind of burger joint. We serve juicy cheeseburgers with thick chocolate shakes, but our versions of these American classics are made-to-order from top-notch, locally sourced ingredients. Our menu goes beyond the beef to include a renowned Ahi tuna burger, fresh salads and tacos. Try finding those at your average drive-in. Our commitment to local sourcing also extends to the glass: our list of California wines and beers means you can order a cheeseburger with a high-end Napa Valley cabernet, or sip a San Francisco-brewed Anchor Steam alongside your spicy, sweet potato fries.
Stopped at Gotts Roadside for an early dinner. Burgers are juicy, prepared perfectly. Fries are crunchy and not greasy and DON’T miss the onion rings. Beer and wine selection is small but adequate.
There is also a Gott’s at the Ferry Building in SF. The Gott’s at the San Francisco Airport just was honored as #2 Best airport Restaurant in the nation.
Yummy food but a bit of “sticker shock” when you pay the tab.
4.5 based on 271 reviews
Recommended by wine industry friends, one of whom has authored over a dozen cookbooks, and both of whom are experienced food and wine connoisseurs, Terra fully lived up to their praise, and provided a memorable combination of dishes and a really good wine list that will keep it very high on our list of Napa restaurants, which is not a mean feat by any standards.
4.5 based on 300 reviews
Had dinner while spending the day in napa. The restaurant is decorated very cute and uniquely. Our server was definitely new, and it was obvious. She was very confused about everything. The menu was repetitive. I get it- there was a sale on squash last week, but why do 3 items on the entrée section of menu have contain. Rattling my nerves, was the employee who proceeded to fish out and polish a tray full of utensils right next our table. Instead of having a dinner conversation, all we heard was the 'scratch the blackboard' sound of metal hitting metal
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