6528 Washington St., Yountville
If you're hoping to experience some of Thomas Keller's Napa magic but don't have time or the budget for a full meal in Yountville, take a quick stop at Bouchon Bakery, where the Keller team makes the baked goods (starring unbelievable baguettes) for all of his restaurants. It's a great option for a light breakfast if you’re wandering around Yountville, and no one should leave without a big box of their famous macarons. The line can get a little lengthy on the weekends, but it’s so worth it.
Coffee Caboose (Closed)
6523 Washington St., Yountville
Good coffee is kind of a requirement when you're spending your evenings pounding wine. Fortunately, the baristas at Coffee Caboose really know their way around a French press.
Kelly’s Filling Station and Wine Shop
6795 Washington St., Yountville
Only in Yountville would you find a gas station with a better wine selection than most restaurants. This is definitely the spot to fill up your rental.
6752 Washington St., Yountville
A new addition to the California wine trail, Stewart has quickly become a favorite for its top-notch Napa varietals. The Yountville-based wine business is a family affair—run by Michael Stewart and his children—so it's only natural they wanted to open a tasting room with a convivial, easygoing vibe. The Stewarts tapped interior designer Ken Fulk to give the brand-new space, which also includes a café and a library, a lived-in, time-worn feel complete with a Syre stone facade, lots of outdoor space, a wood-burning fireplace, and a mix of antiques culled from Brimfield and Paris flea markets.
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