’Tis the season of celebration, and there's no better way to treat your loved ones (and yourself!) than with the best restaurants, wineries, and gifts of Napa and Sonoma. Browse through our picks below, and you'll find that checking off your list for the holidays just got easier.
With the hectic chaos swirling around during the holiday season, it can be hard to schedule that home-baked strudel. Here’s where to grab some crazy good bread and cake in Wine Country for those pressed for time.
Hotel stays have gone to the dogs. The trend of traveling with Fido is so popular now that Wine Country abounds with pet-friendly properties. Today’s focus: Napa and Yountville.
As much as we love San Francisco, sometimes we want to slow our pace, step away from the fog, and just sip cabernet under the Napa Valley sun. Although it’s a mere hour-long drive from SF, Napa’s idyllic vineyards and crave-worthy eateries feel like a world away. This is your guide to the best food, wineries, hotels, and services that the area has to offer.
It's long been the lament in Wine Country that the sidewalks roll up by nine o'clock every night. What’s a hungry soul to do, go to Denny’s? We think very not. Here are five delicious alternatives.
We all know and love the longstanding Bear Republic Brewing Company in Healdsburg, Lagunitas Brewing Company in Petaluma, and Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa (famous for its annual and uproariously popular Pliny the Younger release). But how about these sudsy new gems in Sonoma?
Sadly, things got pretty shaky up in Napa on August 24. We've all seen the pictures of ruined buildings, toppled barrels at wineries, and businesses with broken glass. But now we need to see the pictures of how cleaned-up downtown Napa is looking, with over 90 percent of businesses back open—it has been an amazing recovery.