Pick up a Picnic in Napa Valley - Rombauer Vineyards

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Did you know you are welcome to bring food to enjoy during your by-the-glass outdoor experiences at both locations? If you have booked one of these experiences, we encourage you to pack a picnic to relax and enjoy your time with us.

 

Here are some of our favorite picnic provisions stops in Napa Valley

Calistoga:

Check out Sam’s General Store. A local’s secret favorite spot, this charming hideaway offers prepared picnic baskets for a truly picturesque experience or choose your own bites from their standalone menu which features both breakfast and lunch offerings.  We recommend picking up a Mighty Matcha Iced Latte with almond milk while you’re there.

Thinking about something on the lighter side? Cal Mart on Lincoln Avenue has a salad bar as well as other standard grocery market offerings.

 

St. Helena:

In the mood for sandwiches? Head to Giugni’s on Main Street in St. Helena. This unassuming deli has been serving sandwiches to St. Helenans since 1911. Everything is delicious (and large) and we recommend you order online in advance as it’s pretty popular.

Looking for more than just sandwiches? Sunshine Market offers a variety of to-go options from pasta and potato salad to sushi. They have larger containers as well so you may scale up depending on how many people are in your group. While you’re there, you also can’t ignore one of the best cheese selections in the North Bay.

 

Oakville:

It’s hard to miss Oakville Grocery as you drive up Highway 29. Featuring a variety of high-end lunch and breakfast options. Make sure to leave extra time when you stop as it is often very busy.

 

Yountville:

Bouchon Bakery is a Napa Valley institution for a reason. While their traditional picnic options are limited (though their Ham and Cheese baguette is fantastic!), the real reason to go there is for their epic pastries. Pick up a few for a sweet end to your picnic. The line can be very long, but if you love pastries, it’s well worth the wait.

 

Napa:

A relative newcomer to the picnic scene in Napa Valley is First & Franklin Deli. Located downtown at First and Franklin Streets (unsurprisingly 😊), this deli offers a variety of sandwiches and limited salads and is a convenient stop for those staying downtown before you head up to visit us.

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