Five Favorite Brunch Spots in Downtown Napa

Downtown Napa is home to a variety of eateries just waiting to excite your taste buds. Below are five of the unique options where you can indulge in the city’s renowned culinary scene and discover your next favorite Sunday brunch location.

Napa Valley Wine Train: One of Napa’s most unique restaurants, the Napa Valley Wine Train offers visitors a gourmet dining experience while traveling through the heart of Napa Valley. Train riders can enjoy the roasted beef tenderloin placed on gorgonzola toast with sautéed vegetables in a Cabernet reduction.

Angèle Restaurant & Bar: Located on the picturesque Riverfront, Angèle is a French country restaurant offering refined bistro fare. Diners may enjoy an acclaimed favorite, croque monsieur (or madame with an egg), in the historic boat house dining room or on the spacious riverfront patio.

Tarla Mediterranean Grill: With culinary dishes originating from Turkey and Greece, Tarla offers the cured Turkish pastrami eggs benedict as a popular brunch entrée. The Turkish pastrami is sandwiched between an English muffin foundation and a perfectly poached egg topped with Béarnaise sauce. The dish is served with a side of potato cake hash brown.

The Pear: A refined setting for visitors craving Southern cuisine, The Pear serves traditional American food with staple dishes from New Orleans. The savory chicken and waffle is a favorite, featuring a buttermilk fried chicken breast on a bacon-infused Belgian waffle. The flavorful dish is topped with pear butter, sage and pear-bourbon maple syrup.

Oenotri: Committed to using fresh local produce, Oenotri serves a variety of southern-Italian dishes. The popular margherita pizza is known for its flavorful San Marzano tomatoes along with the buffalo and basil mozzarella.

After enjoying a satisfying brunch, continue to experience Downtown Napa by checking into one of the city’s hotels or B&B’s.