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Best things to do in Napa County

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Colloquial Area
“An hour away by car, without traffic. The heart of great California Cabernets and award winning restaurants like the French Laundry ”
69 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Taste regional specialties here! One of the best ways to sample the local delicacies of wine country’s farmers and artisans is to visit this downtown Napa market!”
72 locals recommend
“Large park featuring hiking trails, fields of wildflowers & Lake Ilsanjo for fishing with a license.”
82 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Absolutely love this place! Excellent service, food & ambiance... especially in the patio dining ... their wine flights are so fun and delicious!”
76 locals recommend
“The adventurer and author of American classics such as White Fang made his home in Sonoma County, and his former estate is now a California State Park. It’s a sprawling property where London experimented with early sustainable farming techniques, hosted friends, and wrote late into the evening. It features trails, picnic areas, a bookstore, a museum, and a gift shop. Of particular interest are the eerie ruins of the writer’s dream home, called Wolf Hall, which featured 26 rooms and nine fireplaces. The structure burned just before its completion in 1913 and was never rebuilt.”
52 locals recommend
“Take a romantic ride on this restaurant on wheels. Option to stop at pre-selected wineries as well. December is all about the holidays and the "Santa Train" for the little ones.”
42 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
“Authentic Mexican fare. No burritos or chimichangas here. Amazing tacos, enchiladas, tamales and other authentic dishes. Seasonal menu. Outdoor casual seating.”
69 locals recommend
“Make a reservation in advance. Cozy. Love their appetizers. Note you can order pizza and their ice cream to go. ”
54 locals recommend
“Castello di Amorosa is considered an architectural masterpiece with all the elements of an authentic medieval castle: a moat, drawbridge, five towers, high defensive ramparts, courtyards and loggias, a chapel, stables, an armory, and even a torture chamber. 107 rooms in total, no rooms alike.”
47 locals recommend
“Reserve a few hours to circumambulate the plaza, taste wine and buy stuff.... get a picnic and settle in the park or eat at one of the many restaurants. I've had a few art shows at Bump Tasting Room and that is fun. Say hi to Geordie for me. Then get frozen yogurt at Top That next door. I'd go to the art museum too but that is me.”
45 locals recommend
Grocery Store
“A local market for groceries and sundries. It's Sonoma's version of Whole Foods. Fabulous!”
53 locals recommend
New American Restaurant
“The sister restaurant to The Girl and the Fig is located in Glen Ellen (6 min from our Airbnb). Same quality food in a bit more casual atmosphere. They don't take reservations, so go early or be prepared for a bit of a wait. One of the great local secrets is that there is no charge for corkage here!!”
49 locals recommend
Sushi Restaurant
“Inventive, high-end Japanese fare & artful cocktails presented in glamorous yet Zen surroundings. Located 1.5 miles from our place in downtown Napa.”
34 locals recommend
Outlet Mall
“Great premium shopping center. Levi's, Pendleton, cooking ware, shoes etc etc. ”
22 locals recommend
“Hike to gunsight rock for a view down the valley of the moon all the way to the bay bridge.”
43 locals recommend
“This winery is focused on sustainable practices and offers an interesting and educational tour.”
52 locals recommend