Visit Napa Valley announces restaurant week promotion Jan. 26-Feb. 1
Part of 10th annual California Restaurant Month showcasing California’s renowned culinary scene

Napa, Calif., Jan. 8, 2020— In celebration of Napa Valley’s diverse culinary offerings, more than 36 businesses will participate in Napa Valley Restaurant Week Jan. 26 – Feb.1.

“Napa Valley Restaurant Week provides locals and visitors with an array of incredible culinary experiences to enjoy in the Napa Valley, making January the perfect time to visit,” said Linsey Gallagher, president and CEO of the Visit Napa Valley. “Winter is an ideal time for travelers to find hotel deals and discover all that our region offers, including world-famous wine, culinary delights, and endless opportunities to slow down and enjoy the beauty of the destination.”

Here’s how it works. Napa Valley Restaurant Week takes place during Cabernet Season, November through April, and allows both locals and visitors to dine throughout the valley and experience the region’s legendary food and wine culture at a fixed price. Multi-course prix-fixe menus are offered for both lunch ($20 or $30) and dinner ($38 or $48), allowing guests to experience the latest culinary hot spots or revisit old favorites. Regional farm-to-table practices and Michelin-starred restaurants make the Napa Valley an epicurean destination, and there’s no better time to enjoy the region’s culinary scene than during Napa Valley Restaurant Week. For more information and a list of participating restaurants, visit

Napa Valley Restaurant Week is part of the 10th annual California Restaurant Month, designated by Visit California. Dozens of destinations are participating in California Restaurant Month this year, serving up endless opportunities for culinary adventures including immersive food experiences, prix fixe menus and special events.

“California’s agricultural bounty, talented chefs and Michelin-recognized restaurants have earned the state worldwide renown,” Visit California President and CEO Caroline Beteta said. “January is the perfect time to experience this abundance firsthand, as the innovative and diverse nature of the state’s culinary scene is on full display.”

For more information about California Restaurant Month, visit  

ABOUT Visit Napa Valley:
Visit Napa Valley is the official destination management organization for the Napa Valley, with a mission to promote, protect and enhance the region’s position as an attractive travel destination and enhance its public image as a dynamic place to visit, live and work.

The Napa Valley, conveniently located just an hour from the San Francisco Bay Area, consists of the following distinctive towns, including, from north to south, Calistoga, St. Helena, Rutherford/Oakville, Yountville, the city of Napa, American Canyon, and the outdoor recreation area of Lake Berryessa.  

Visit California is a nonprofit organization with a mission to develop and maintain marketing programs – in partnership with the state’s travel industry – that keep California top-of-mind as a premier travel destination. According to Visit California, spending by travelers totaled $140.6 billion in 2018 in California, generating nearly 1.2 million jobs in the state and $11.8 billion in state and local tax revenues. For more information about Visit California and for a free California Official State Visitor's Guide, go to For story ideas, media information, downloadable images, video and more, go to

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