Special Yountville “Restaurant Week to Go” offers run from January 25 – January 31
(January 14, 2021, Yountville, CA) – For the first time ever, Napa Valley Restaurant Week® is turning into Napa Valley Restaurant Week(s) To-Go in Yountville and each of Napa Valley’s other charming towns. From American Canyon in the southern end of the Valley, to the Town of Yountville in the heart of the Valley, to Calistoga further north and everything in between, Napa Valley chefs are offering special to-go menus so diners can enjoy the flavors of wine country from the comfort of home.
Whether choosing from a special restaurant week menu, or simply ordering from the regular bill of fare, there are no special times to dine so it’s convenient and easy to get out and get takeout from a favorite Yountville eatery between January 25 – 31, 2021.
Participating Yountville restaurants and cafes include Ad Hoc & Addendum, Bouchon Bakery, Bouchon Bistro, Kelly’s Filling Station, La Calenda, Lakeside Grill, Lucy Restaurant & Bar, Mini Model, Mustards Grill, Oakville Grocery, R+D Kitchen, Southside and Velo Deli & Pizzeria.
“We are looking forward to welcoming all back to Yountville when we are able, in the meantime, these ‘restaurant week to go’ menus offer some wonderful, tasty meals, all while supporting our renowned culinary industry during these challenging times,” stated Yountville Chamber President & CEO Whitney Diver McEvoy. “In addition, fans and friends of Yountville and the entire Napa Valley can also support the region’s restaurants by purchasing gift cards.”
For a complete list of participation Yountville establishments and offers, and to conveniently order on line, please visit https://yountville.com/blog/
For more information on the complete valley-wide offers during Napa Valley Restaurant Week®(s), please visit https://www.visitnapavalley.
About the Town of Yountville
The culinary heart of Napa Valley, the Town of Yountville is the ultimate wine country get-away. A walk-able village with gorgeous mountain views, a constellation of Michelin starred restaurants, luxury accommodations, and many of the Napa Valley’s most celebrated wineries, Yountville marries a breath-taking setting and small-town ambiance with a sophisticated wine country lifestyle. The site of Napa Valley’s first planted grapevines, Yountville offers hot air ballooning, five sites on the National Register of Historic Places, unique shopping, golf, art galleries and performing arts. For further information, visit www.yountville.com, and follow Yountville to “Taste Life Here” on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.