New Napa Valley breakfast spot: Gott’s Roadside

by TrevR on January 7, 2012

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It’s the new year, which means we’re officially in ‘restaurant month‘ here in the Napa Valley. While many of the area’s fine dining establishments are taking some well deserved time off, one local favorite is expanding its offering.

In mid-December, Gott’s Roadside in downtown Napa’s Oxbow Public Market began serving breakfast. The Gott’s location at the Ferry Building in San Francisco followed suit starting this morning and by mid-February diners at Gott’s in St. Helena will be able to try morning specialties like breakfast sandwiches and tacos.

Here’s a quick rundown on some of the breakfast menu items:

  • A veggie version of scrambled eggs with cream cheese, tomato, avocado, and green onions ($4.99)
  • A Southern sandwich of buttermilk fried chicken tenders, scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and charred jalapeño mayo ($5.99)
  • Thick-cut sourdough French toast grilled golden brown ($5.49)
  • Straus Family Farms organic, non-fat yogurt layered with San Franola granola and fresh fruit ($6.99)

The breakfast menu will be available from 7am – 11am daily.

See our previous interview with owner Joel Gott for more.

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