Amazing Deals at Top Yountville Restaurants
during "Moveable Feast"
YOUNTVILLE, NAPA VALLEY - With six Michelin stars and a chef line-up worthy of a world tour, Yountville turns up the heat this winter with its second annual "Moveable Feast" program available January 1 - February 28, 2011. From value-season hotel/dining packages to a roux of prix-fixe meals rolling off the lines, foodies on a fast track now have another reason to visit this town boasting more Michelin stars per capita than anywhere on the planet! Info: www.yountville.com.
This tasty town-wide program combines value-season lodging up to 30 percent off with a prix-fixe meal and private VIP wine tour/tasting at a local winery for the ultimate wine country getaway. From the new Hotel Yountville to the LEED platinum certified Bardessono, 11 area hotels are set to seduce every sense. Combine a three-course lunch for two Hurley's Restaurant ($48.00) or Bistro Jeanty ($55.00) or dinner at Thomas Keller's ad hoc ($39.00/per) and a getaway to Napa Valley's "culinary crushpad" is perfectly seasoned.
DREAMS ARE MADE OF
Turndown was never so tasty at Hotel Luca, with a $299.00/double mid-week package combining lodging, breakfast, three course-dinner at Cantinetta Piero and private wine tasting for two at nearby Ma(i)sonry. At the southern end of town, the new Hotel Yountville Resort and Spa (debuting December/2010) opens with a mid-week getaway including a premium king guestroom, dinner for two at Mustard's Grilland wine tasting at Hope & Grace Winery for $350.00/dbl., $450.00/dbl. on weekends.
For romance on the rails, Napa Valley Railway Inn features a $195.00/double package in a classic 100-year old railcar suite set along the original Napa Valley Railroad track (1870) combined with a three-course lunch at Hurley's Restaurant and VIP wine tasting at seven wine lounges throughout town. Bed and breakfast is also a bargain at the two Four Sisters Inns - historic Maison Fleurie (1873) and Lavender. Enjoy a deluxe king guestroom, lunch for two at Bottega and VIP wine tasting at Hope & Grace Winery, daily breakfast and afternoon hors d' oeuvres for $305.00/dbl., at Maison Fleurie and $280.00/dbl., at Lavender.
Spa time hits a high note at Villagio Inn & Spa, with elegant Tuscan-style guestrooms, champagne breakfast buffet, three-course lunch at the Michael Chiarello's Bottega Restaurant and VIP tasting at V Wine Cellar for just $360.00/dbl. Sister property Vintage Inn offers a similar deal. Nearby, bed down at the Bordeaux House with breakfast, a VIP wine tasting at Goosecross Cellars and three-course lunch at Hurley's Restaurant for $165.00/dbl.
Thomas Keller fans can tap into the deal at Napa Valley Lodgesteps up with a king fireplace guestroom, champagne breakfast buffet, VIP wine tasting at Hope & Grace Winery and early dinner at ad hoc starting at $275.00/dbl.
Those with an eco-chic bent have a home base: Bardessono, one of three LEED platinum properties in the world. The inn fires up the season with a king spa suite, three-course dinner at the restaurant crafted by executive chef Sean O'Toole and VIP wine tasting at Hill Family Estates for $430.00/dbl.
PUT A FORK IN IT
The town's top toques celebrate the season with a variety of "Moveable Feast" menus. These three-course repasts are available throughout January and February at the following restaurants, restrictions apply.
Ad hoc: Three-course dinner menu, $39.00/person; 5-6 p.m. only
Bardessono: Three-course lunch menu, revolving seasonal menu, $24.00/person
Bardessono: Three course dinner, revolving seasonal menu $50.00/person
Bistro Jeanty: Three-course lunch menu, $55.00/couple
Bistro Jeanty: Three-course dinner menu, $70.00/couple
Bottega: Three-course lunch menu for $39.00/person
Bouchon Bakery: Complimentary chocolate bouchon with coffee order
Bouchon Bistro: Three-course dinner menu, 10:00 p.m. to midnight only, $25.00/person
Cantinetta Piero: Three-course dinner menu, $30.00/person
Hurley's Restaurant: Three-course lunch menu, $24.00/person
Mustard's Grill: Three-course dinner menu, $32.95/person
Yountville sits at the epicenter of the region's culinary scene sporting the Valley's top-ranked restaurants (six Michelin stars), 24+ wineries and/or producers and 11 lodging properties. An ideal base for the avid oenophile, Yountville offers the county's only hot air ballooning launch, five National Register of Historic Places sites, a microclimate pedigree with its own AVA, world-class shopping and performing arts.
GETTING THERE: Located 55 mi./88 km. north of San Francisco, travelers can arrive via scenic Highway 29 or via Napa County Airport, Sacramento (SMF), Oakland (OAK) or San Francisco (SFO) international airports. For more information and travel inquiries, contact the Yountville Chamber of Commerce at 707.944.0904 or www.yountville.com.
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