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What’s New in Napa Valley for April – June 2024


Find a handy round-up of Springtime’s newest eateries, cocktail bars, and activities in Napa Valley.

February 26, 2024, Napa, CA – As Spring blossoms in Napa Valley and the mustard flowers give way to budbreak in the vineyards, discover a round-up of the newest spots and some reimagined classics. Taste innovative foods at new hotspots including Charlie’s in St. Helena and the hip Folklore in downtown Napa, or revisit some of the long-established classics such as Sam’s Social Club in Calistoga or Bouchon in Yountville. While the world-class wines emanating from Napa Valley certainly put this region on the global map, discover the emerging craft cocktail scene at some of the newest downtown cocktail bars or tasting rooms, like The Fink located in the City of Napa or the newly redefined, Orin Swift Cellars, in St. Helena. Unveilings and debuts of new and expanded spaces are happening, too. Learn about recent renovations at Silverado Resort and The Meritage Resort and Spa, each showcasing upgraded spaces and a few new concepts, such as the new Ember Steakhouse and Sora Champagne Bar at The Meritage. From craft cocktails to new menus and from expanded spaces to new venues, here is What’s New in Napa Valley

For more news and information and a complete list of events and activity click on Visit Napa Valley online.

About Visit Napa Valley

Visit Napa Valley is the official destination marketing organization for Napa County. The organization promotes the region as an attractive travel destination and works to continually enhance its public image as a dynamic place to visit, live, and work. The vision and mission of Visit Napa Valley are to elevate Napa Valley as the world’s premier wine country experience and to promote, protect, and enhance the Napa Valley destination. Napa Valley, conveniently located within an hour’s drive from the San Francisco Bay Area and the Greater Sacramento Area, is comprised of five distinct towns, including, from north to south, Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville, the City of Napa, and American Canyon. In addition to these five towns, the areas of Rutherford, Oakville, and Angwin, along with the outdoor recreation area of Lake Berryessa, are also part of Napa County and add to its diverse and rich history. The fully staffed Napa Valley Welcome Center, located in the City of Napa, is a high-tech facility, complemented by personalized concierge service from highly qualified brand ambassadors. For additional information about Napa Valley, or to plan your Napa Valley experience, please explore www.VisitNapaValley.com and follow social feeds @VisitNapaValley