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Napa Restaurant Dilemma?!

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My husband and I are going to Napa for 3 days this summer and I am torn between a few restaurants. The only ones of this list that I have been to are Mustards, but I know that my husband will love it, so I am considering it again! Here are the restaurants that I am torn between. Any suggestions between these or even others that you think may be better would be appreciated. Thank you!

MUSTARDS
BOTTEGA
REDD
BOUCHON
BISTRO JEANTY

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  1. Wow, they're all walkable from each other than a jaunt to mustards! Two thoughts: mix your styles and don't do two heavy places per day.

    My very personal ranking: Redd, Bouchon, Mustards, Bottega, Bistro Jeanty.

    Itinerary:

    A. breakfast pastries at Bouchon Bakery, lunch at Solbar at Solage in Calistoga (Michelin one star, stylish place: try the sliders, the pork special or the chicken pailaard,; nap, late dinner at Redd.

    B. Breakfast at Luca Hotel, Yountville, quiet and deliciously wonderful; lunch at Mustards, pork chop,
    calamari salad, Duck, dinner in your room-- drink, don't eat

    C. Back to Bouchon bakery for breakfast, try the ham and cheese baguette, panini style; picnic lunch purchased at Dean and Deluca, eat just outside under the olive trees; dinner at Bouchon.

    Go home for diet and rest

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    Bouchon Bakery
    6528 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599

    Bistro Jeanty
    6510 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599

    Bottega
    6525 Washington Street Suite A9, Yountville, CA 94599

    Bouchon
    6534 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599

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    1. re: cortez

      Thank you all for the suggestions! They sounds wonderful!

    2. What about Ad Hoc? Personally, I would choose them over Mustards or Jeanty (haven't been to Bouchon or Bottega yet)... but they are all good choices.

      1. I am a big fan of Bottega. It is a good list, so maybe look at it as what type of food you feel like French, Italian, Californian...

        Definitely agree with Bouchon Bakery for breakfast! So yummy.

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        Bouchon Bakery
        6528 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599

        Bottega
        6525 Washington Street Suite A9, Yountville, CA 94599

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        1. re: lolabuttercup

          If you want delicious rustic Italian food go to Oenotri.

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          Oenotri
          1425 1st St, Napa, CA 94559