6774 Washington Street, Yountville, California, 94559, United States
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Sing at Ad Hoc
Indoor Tasting Room
Entrance to Domaine Chandon
Outside Patio at REDD
Brix Sunday Brunch
If you have dined at the Brix Restaurant in ther Napa Valley for the Sunday Brunch how was the ambience in this restaurant and how was the overall experience.
RE: Brix Sunday Brunch
Hi PV, A year late and a dollar short. I asked that question Jan. 28,2005. The key was that it was Friday last year, not Saturday this year, but thanks for the response. Better late than never. lol. I have a tip in my restaurant pages for Napa on Brix after I ate there last year. Still go back about every three months for the Brunch. They just reopened after remodeling, now, 2006.
Travel Tips for Yountville
A bike tour starting/finishing point
Other than biking thru the rolling hills of Tuscany, Napa Valley is one of the best road rides around.
Yountville is a good starting and finishing point as there are a lot of "Crossing" roads that go through the vineyards.
And it's always nice to finish a long ride with a Guiness on the patio at Pacific Blues Cafe. A bicycle.
Just about any type. If you are in shape, you can get away with doing the Silverado Trail and Hwy 29 on an old Schwinn paperboy bike, but we suggest a good 18 speed bike.
Pretty decent shoulders on the roads but you always have to error on the side of caution when biking anywhere!
And where do the Baskets go to rest?
The wicker baskets are propped up and loaded onto the trucks then whisked away to its next destination.
The Napa Valley Balloon Company usually do no more than 2 rides per day.
As you can see, it is a whole entire process to get the balloons safely up and running.......then taking them down and preparing them for the next journey.
Welcome to Yountville
Yountville is warm and welcoming.
Lots of Wine Country hospitality.
Restaurants, wineries, and shops.
Just 9 miles North of Napa. Ideal location for exploring the 13 wine growing regions in the Napa Valley.
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Napa - Sonoma - Marin
"The Northern California Coast"
Go to Sonoma County and into the Russian River Valley near Bodega Bay and then further down the coast to Big Sur (El Grande Sur - The Big South) see this part of the world. It is sumptuous. The wines, the mountains, the ocean, the 1200 year old redwoods holding the very heavens in their branches.
"Festival of Lights"
Every Friday after Thanksgiving the City of Yountville offers the Festival of Lights.
Parade, music, art, food, beer and wine tasting and the lighting of the town's Christmas tree...and that siginfies the start of the "restaurant dash".
I seems like immediately after the lighting the crowd sprints off to many of the fine local restaurants.
Most of the festivities are held at the Vintage 1870 Winery but there are also booths across the street at Beard Plaza.
It's always nice to get a "few tastes" and just sit and watch the people.
""The hills are aliiiiive...""
The view from the upstairs back porch of the Vintage 1870.
"Lending a helping hand"
Always willing to assist a Silver Oak employee!
"Now entering Napa Valley"
After years of passing "The Crusher" and just waving, we decided to stop.
Nice area on a clear day.