Located in Yountville, Bardessono is minutes from Gordon Gallery and close to Vintner's Golf Club. This 4.5-star resort is within close proximity of Domaine Chandon and Napa Valley Museum.
Make yourself at home in one of the 62 air-conditioned rooms featuring fireplaces and flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private furnished balconies or patios. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while 40-inch high-definition televisions with premium TV channels provide entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature jetted bathtubs and double sinks.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take time to pamper yourself with a visit to the full-service spa. You're sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool and a spa tub. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, a concierge desk, and babysitting/childcare.
Grab a bite to eat at the resort's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a technology helpdesk, and express check-in. Event facilities at this resort consist of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. Free valet parking is available onsite.
When Don Disraeli and his wife, Randee, turned their attention to seafood retail in 1983, they considered more than their love of tasty fish. Drawing upon his PhD in Biology and her stint as a Scripps Institute of Oceanography researcher, the duo worked to ensure that each aspect of their business would be environmentally sustainable. Those standards are still upheld today, as Kanaloa Seafood remains one of the only North American and European seafood companies environmentally certified by the International Organization of Standardization.
Environmentally responsible fisheries supply the Disraelis with sushi-grade fish, which cutters clean and slice behind large viewing windows at Kanaloa Seafood’s Santa Barbara and Napa storefronts. The succulent cuts are then sustainably packaged inside recyclable corrugated boxes. Every Monday to Friday, guests can procure fish ranging from wild-caught black cod to Hawaiian ahi tuna. Patrons who are unsure of what to pick from the vast assortment will be greeted by a knowledgable staff member who will assist in picking out an ideal choice. Kanaloa Seafood also distributes a variety of marinades, rubs, oils, and sauces, as well as prepared dishes from the staff chef.
Tarla Grill takes its name from the Turkish language?Tarla means "field"?and its culinary inspiration from Turkey and Greece's fertile lands. Its menu reflects Mediterranean home-style cooking, but with an upscale twist. The restaurant prides itself on using local, seasonal, and organic fare whenever possible to yield nourishing, creative, and culturally exciting eats. White-truffle chickpea pesto accompanies Turkish meatballs, baba ghanouj tops Shannon Ranch lamb burgers, and beef short ribs braise in a pomegranate-cabernet glaze.
These dishes, as well as lunch and brunch offerings, pop against white plates and tables set under elegant drop lighting. The stylish dining room also features an L-shaped bar, where patrons can sidle up for a glass of wine from the extensive wine list or a signature black cherry martini. Diners can also take their drinks outside and perch at tables nestled under the starry Napa sky and its UFOs.
Guy Fieri has seen a lot of weird food over the years. But what he found at Squeeze Inn Hamburgers caused the Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives host to exclaim, "That's the craziest thing I've ever seen!" In Squeeze's signature dish, the Squeezeburger, as much cheddar hits the grill as ground chuck, resulting in a gooey skirt of cheese that expands well beyond the confines of the sesame bun.
Of course, Squeeze's cooks aren't always so adventurous. They also make traditional burgers that are just as filling, as well as comfort foods such as deep-fried hot-dogs and fresh-cut french fries. Squeeze Inn takes its name from the often-crowded stools at their restaurants' counters, though customers shouldn't have too much trouble finding service?the hamburger all-stars have multiple locations in California, including ones in Vacaville and Napa, the region famous for its rolling vineyards of pickles.
Napa is a curious blend of big-city culture and small-town ambience. Although the downtown area is small enough to easily traverse on foot, it's also populated by more than 70 restaurants and 20 renowned wine-tasting rooms. Foodies On Foot seeks to expose both locals and visitors to this unique dichotomy, inviting clients to commission custom tours that include stops at a variety of these eateries. Some of these locations boast revered distinctions such as Michelin stars and AAA Diamond-ratings. But Foodies on Foot doesn't rely solely on accolades when selecting their participating establishments—the staff also spends hours researching the best dishes and napkins at each spot.
Nestled within a historical two-story house built in 1855, Villa Romano's kitchens teem with a menu of delicate pastas, tender meats, and Old-World Italian specialties. Thin slices of raw filet mignon mingle with spinach, parmesan, and whole-grain mustard in the carpaccio appetizer ($8), and baked green-lip New Zealand mussels ($8.50) pout in a spicy lemon-butter sauce. Entrees such as grilled chicken breast and risotto with smoked mozzarella ($15.95) crown tables alongside four-cheese ravioli ($15.50) daubed with basil and marinara. Atop stately plates of misto fiore ($22), grilled scallops and prawns don thick togas of pancetta and philosophize the fleeting nature of polenta as diners lift their spoons and scoop away at the creamy cornmeal side.