Napa Upvalley Restaurants

Restaurants Located Between One and Twenty Five miles of Churchill Manor

We suggest making reservations prior to your arrival, especially on weekends. However, Churchill Manor innkeepers can often times make same-day reservations for our guests at most Napa Valley eateries. For help making reservations, please call us at 800-799-7733 or 707-253-7733 between 10:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., seven days a week or simply e-mail us. We will need to know your preferred dining day and time, the restaurant you would like to visit, and how many are in your party.

  • Auberge Du Soliel is one of the first great Wine Country restaurants, paying tribute to its legacy with an award-winning menu and wine list. Their culinary staff’s inspired cuisine reflects the natural diversity and rich ingredients of Napa Valley and draws from regional produce, accented with Mediterranean flavors. Sommelier Kris Margerum’s wine list, the largest and most extensive in the Valley, showcases the very best from neighboring vineyards.
  • Cindy’s Back Street Kitchen located in charming downtown St. Helena in the Napa Valley, combines the sophistication of a dinner house with the flair of a jazz club to create the perfect upscale eatery and neighborhood hang-out. The food is delicious and heartfelt, the service is unpretentious and warm, and the atmosphere is festive and comfortable. The dishes, inspired by Northern California’s farms, orchards and ocean, are comforting and familiar but with Cindy’s unique twists.
  • Domaine Chandon restaurant has recently been refreshed and named étoile – highlighting the connection between food and wine – as it is one of the few fine dining restaurants within a winery in Napa Valley at
  • Greystone is the signature restaurant of the Culinary Institute of America. It resides in the grand castle which previously was the Christian Brothers Winery. Greenstone’s terraced gardens of herbs, vegetables, and flowers provide the perfect introduction to the vibrant colors, enticing aromas, and bustling activity of the Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant. Local, seasonal ingredients are the inspiration for the cuisine, which features California’s bounty from the land and sea.
  • Hurley’s is located in the heart of Yountville, serving fresh seasonal Wine Country cuisine with a Mediterranean flair. The lively bar, a favorite of local Winemakers, is enhanced by a large open patio. A warm glow from the fireplace creates a cozy, comfortable atmosphere inside the main dining
  • Martini House was listed as one of Esquire Magazine’s top 19 restaurants in the United States in 2002, and they sure were right. Located in St. Helena in a beautiful old house, you will fall in love with the place before you even walk through the doors. Patio dining is available in the summer months. The cream of mushroom soup is incredible. They offer top notch service too.
  • Redds is the newest hot spot on “Restaurant Row” in Yountville, not far from the famed French Laundry. Richard Reddington, the “Redd” behind the venture, is best known in Napa for raising the bar at Auberge du Soleil resort, restoring it as one of Wine Country’s top food and wine destinations. At Redds, the executive chef’s cuisine is infused with French and ethnic influences. Signature dishes include Mirin Glazed Pork Belly and Caramelized Diver Scallops. For those who have an appetite for lighter fare, there’s a “Small Bits” menu at the bar.
  • Terra Restaurant serves innovative plates mixing unexpected flavors from Italy, France, and the Orient. The dishes are beautifully designed and emerge from the kitchen as composed paintings on a canvas. Their website is
  • Tra Vigne’s kitchen is driven by the freshest regional and seasonal ingredients. This cooking is the heart and hand of Italy, an amazing compliment to the beautiful Napa Valley.