Oenophiles rejoice! Napa Valley Grille offers an amazing wine list and great ambience for sipping the night away.
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Enjoy a glass of fine wine and some television entertainment in the restaurant bar area.
At this restaurant, everyone will find something they love — kids included!
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When the weather is nice, hurry to Napa Valley Grille to grab a spot on the patio.
If you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, don't get stuck in line with the rest of the crowds — reservations are accepted.
Slip into something more comfortable before dining at Napa Valley Grille, where dress code calls for business casual.
Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Napa Valley Grille for their catering services.
Parking is available in the lot next door, as is valet. If the lot is full, street parking is also an option.
Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes.
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The restaurant is open from morning through evening, but the dinner menu serves the tastiest reviews.
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Vino experts at Harry's Wine & Spirits stock shelves with a plethora of wines from both California and international varietals and fill balloon glasses with swirls of red and white ribbons during tasting events. The libation retailer also houses fine spirits such as single-malt scotch, sippable cognac, and herbal-inflected gin. An array of gift baskets stands ready to be filled with a choice of glassware, chocolates, and caviar like the inside of Robin Leach's bathtub.
If Northern California houses the most celebrated vineyards in the state, then Southern California houses the most celebrated wine bars and restaurants. It is inside these spaces that Sip of Vino hosts its wine tasting events. Participants gather at hotspots, where they may pay homage to wines and sparkling varietals from across the globe. As they sip, they also mingle with other wine tasters, playing games such as Jenga and Apples to Apples and asking Connect 4 pieces what they look for in a syrah.
Candies. Pastries. Coffee. Liqueurs. There is precious little that cannot be improved with the addition of chocolate. That's why every year, Indulge invites some of the best chocolatiers, pastry chefs, and gastrophiles to Los Angeles. And that's not even mentioning the specialty cheesemakers, winemakers, and distillers sprinkled throughout the event, plus a special appearance by the Los Angeles Laker Girls. At the festival, guests can expect a flood of gourmet mousses, dainty macarons, and dining experiences curated by celebrity chefs. There's also sure to be plenty of champagne and cocktails.
Los Angeles Oktoberfest invites visitors to celebrate the changing seasons with two days of traditional Bavarian revelry. Hosted by Bob Guiney from ABC's The Bachelor, the festival invites attendees to fill their glass steins with any of the 19 available German beers and purchase hearty platefuls of bratwurst, giant pretzels, and strudel. Live bands lead traditional, sing-along drinking tunes, a Bavarian dance group performs for joyous audiences, and a strolling accordionist weaves through the crowds while playing familiar German melodies. In addition to bidding on sports memorabilia at the silent-auction table, patrons can also test their arm strength by competing in the stein-holding competition, which rewards the winners with lifetime admission to the Los Angeles Oktoberfest and a brand new pair of steel biceps to replace the old, used-up ones.
It's no surprise that the marriage of food and wine is the driving force behind every dining experience at Upstairs 2—it began as a catering operation for the renowned Wine House before becoming a restaurant in its own right. Here, seasonal ingredients and sustainable seafood are transformed into a menu of new American small plates, organized according to recommended wine pairings. Dungeness crab cucumber rolls, for instance, match up with crisp and refreshing white wines, while braised boneless beef short ribs with creamy polenta are complemented best by full-bodied reds. Should diners wish to play the popular bar game "Guess That Grape!", Upstairs 2 also offers a globe-spanning selection of wines by the glass.