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My wife and I are going to be on our honeymoon out in Napa for five days and though we are doing the "fine dining" restaurants, we are looking for some relatively inexpensive yet good places to eat. Were very flexible on cuisines.
Can anyone recommend grocery/specialty stores to shop for snacks etc.
Thanks so much!!

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    1. Oakville Grocery for snacks, sandwiches, wine, and everything.

      Gordon's in Yountvillle, 5 min. north of Napa is the best place for breakfast and lunch. Superb dishes, seasonal, organic (mostly) and a fun setting. I have never had bad food there.

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      1. re: Doodleboomer

        Have you been to Gordon's since the chef left to takeover Foothill Cafe? I've always liked it too, but wonder how it's changed.

      2. Or Sunshine Grocery in St. Helena for snacks, etc.
        Cindy's Backstreet on Railroad Av. in St. Helena.

        1. Market and Cindy's Backstreet Kitchen in St Helena both offer good, casual food at reasonable prices. You should also check out the Rutherford Gardens Farm Stand on Saturday for groceries/snacks. I highly recommend a visit to Round Pond.

          My reports from last month:

          Market: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

          Cindy's: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

          Round Pond & Rutherford Gardens:
          http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

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