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I'm in Napa anyone know where I can buy good brats and hoagie rolls

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looking for uncooked bratwurst and hoagie rolls doesnt have to be napa but nearby

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  1. City or Valley? Whole Foods or Trader Joe's City.
    Sunshine Foods, St Helena.
    1115 Main St
    Saint Helena, CA 94574
    http://www.sunshinefoodsmarket.com/

    1. Fatted Calf at Oxbow. They have AMAZING sausages and right next door is Acme Bakery which should have your rolls!

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      Fatted Calf
      644-C First Street, Napa, CA 94559

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      1. re: CarrieWas218

        Model Bakery unless they have changed and I checked Fatted Calf's sausage menu and I didn't see Brats but perhaps they do make them.
        http://www.oxbowpublicmarket.com/merc...

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        Fatted Calf
        644-C First Street, Napa, CA 94559

        1. re: wolfe

          I thought of that later - Yes, Model.

          And I remember what it was; Fatted Calf has made custom bratwurst for some locals but, no, do not make it on a regular basis but will do so as a custom order.

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          Fatted Calf
          644-C First Street, Napa, CA 94559

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        1. Safeway carries Johnsonville -- the brand of discerning Cheeseheads.

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          1. re: sunshine842

            Fatted Calf does sell Craft Beer links, last time I was there (Thursday), they were made with Pliny the Elder. They're about as close as you can get to a brat currently. They're pretty tasty.

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            Fatted Calf
            644-C First Street, Napa, CA 94559

            1. re: Piperdown

              Thank you.
              "At Northern California’s beloved temple of pork the Fatted Calf you can buy craft beer links made with everything from a seasonal brew by 21 Amendment to Russian River Brewing Company’s highly-coveted Pliny the Elder. According to Fatted Calf owner, Taylor Boetticher, they switch the type beer up weekly and only use heritage pork from either Hudson Ranch or Heritage Foods USA, which makes for one amazing craft sausage."