A Thanksgiving Day dining guide for the Napa Valley

by TrevR on November 17, 2007

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We know several of you have been wondering where you might go to grab a bite to eat on Thanksgiving Day in the Napa Valley. With that in mind, we’ve put together this far from exhaustive list for you to peruse if you’ll be in our neck of the woods for Gobble Day. Enjoy!

Thanksgiving Day Dining in Napa

  • The Restaurant at Auberge du Soleil will feature a special four course menu (warning, PDF) for $95/person, $35/child under twelve
  • From 12pm – 6pm, Domaine Chandon’s etoile restaurant will serve up a scrumptious prix-fixe three-course menu (warning, PDF) featuring butternut soup, turkey and dessert, plus Chandon wines. Cost is $95/person including wine pairing, $75/person without pairing and children’s options will be available
  • Celadon, in downtown Napa, will be offering a four-course menu (warning, PDF) for $49/person from 3pm – 8pm
  • FARM at the Carneros Inn (yes, that one) will have a family style Thanksgiving feast and a “bountiful dessert buffet” with seatings from 11am – 12:30pm and 3pm – 4:30pm. Cost for the feast is $55/adult, $35/child under twelve
  • Yountville’s Napa Valley Grille will be open from 1pm – 8pm and will be serving from a special Thanksgiving menu (warning, PDF) as well
  • Also in Yountville, Hurley’s Restaurant & Bar will serve up a Thanksgiving feast from 1pm – 8pm, the PDF menu is here, highlighted by a three course prix fixe turkey dinner for $42/person

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