Petit Logis

6527 Yount St
Yountville, 94599
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(707) 944-2332

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The French Laundry

6640 Washington St
Yountville, 94599
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Not much to add to the 1500+ reviews before me but The French Laundry is definitely worth the headache of finally securing a weekend dinner reservation as well as the heartache of the splurge. It is definitely a culinary delight that every (self proclaimed) foodie would enjoy experiencing at least once in their lives.
This review is long over due, but better late than never (6 months later). I must say my greatest takeaway along with the three other guests I was with was the outstanding service, dessert, personal kitchen tour and personalized menus which was a great memoir of our anniversary. We were a bit disappointed with the meals and don't think it is worth it for the price. It's one of those things in life where "you've been there, done that" once in a lifetime. Won't go back though.
We had an incredibly special experience at The French Laundry. We literally got the reservation the day of (they had a cancellation and called us that morning), and we went with another couple who had also just gotten engaged, so it was a major celebration! This is so much more than dinner - it's an immersive culinary and sensory experience that will leave you dazzled and speechless. They think of all the little things, from small details on the plate to synchronized service (like placing each person's plate on the table at the same moment). There's so much to appreciate, even beyond the food. If you can manage to get a reservation, don't miss it!

(707) 944-2380

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Redd

6480 Washington St
Yountville, 94599
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(707) 944-2222

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Bistro Jeanty

6510 Washington St
Yountville, 94599
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The servers can be a little snooty but we've been here twice and would definitely go again. The trout appetizer was amazing! Grilled rib eye was good. I think we had trout the first time we went, but it's not currently on the menu so I may be mistaken (It was delicious though!)
My husband and I had lunch here and it was delicious. I really liked this french bistro. both interior and exterior is nice. It's scattered with different cute things. The famous tomato soup in puff pastry is so good and even better with their salad. My husband enjoyed his rib eye steak. It was cooked to perfection. I'm keeping this restaurant to my list. Great french cuisine and casual ambiance.
Authentic country French. I felt like I was back visiting southern France chateau county region. Wish I drafted my review sooner cause I can't. Remember specifics. But the food, interior decor and waitress really took you on location.

(707) 944-0103

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R-D Kitchen

6795 E Washington St,Bldg F
Yountville, 94599
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(707) 945-0920

American (New), Burgers, Sushi Bars

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Bouchon Bakery

6528 Washington St
Yountville, 94599
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I'm not exceptionally critical when it comes to writing reviews about food. I bother to post reviews only when the food or service at any articular merchant is exceptionally good or utterly blah! For Bouchon, if not in the name of the renowned Thomas Keller for his culinary skills, I definitely wouldn't bother to make a detour there. Nothing spectacular about their pastries. I judge the quality of the taste at any French bakery by the plain croissant they have to offer. Here, big in size, bland and plain in taste. Texture of their pastries is flat, lands nothing memorable on my taste bud. Three of us probably spent around 100 bucks there for the pastries, macaroons and soup/quiche. 4 bux average for a pastry and $6 for a fist-size bread pudding that tastes like rock and veto'ed by us all. The bread pudding we had the night before at a local wine bistro in Palo Alto tasted 20x better. Macaroons are decent. We tried a couple different ones, PB&J, Vanilla, salted caramel, and pistachio. Very large and good. But the line here never subsides. Aside from the hype that this place is associated with Bouchon and French Laundry, everyone here is tourist and has no problem opening up wallet for anything visible at this bakery. Me included :P and disappointed. Pastries at Bouchon are homogeneous to those at Peet's, Starbucks or individual coffee/pastry shops (that usually turn out to be hidden gem). Croissants were invented by French and commonly served at bfast tables across Europe. Any street vendor or coffee shops serve croissants all day long and nearly NONE tastes anything less in terms of flavor (plain croissant with so much flavor!!!), texture, character, depth, and intensity. Tiny yes but full of senses and joy! I haven't had a croissant in any city in NA that tastes anywhere close to a croissant in Europe regardless if its hole in the wall bistro or bakery. Owell....
Thomas Keller pilgrimage stop #3 (reviews for #2 and #1 soon to follow). So I basically bought one (or two...ok maybe three) of everything in the store (minus the breads). I would've literally bought everything just to sample, but knowing that there is a bouchon bakery in nyc there is no need as nyc is only a 4 hr trip from my parents house :D. I got all flavors of the large macarons, a blueberry muffin, a coffee cake, a gingerbread muffin, a lemon tart, a pear tart, eight eclairs (4 chocolate, 4 coffee), 3 bouchon brownies, a chocolate almond crossaint, a bacon scone, a coffee with milk, and equator's french laundry roast coffee beans..whew! I wanted more but the fiance gave me the evil glare and the "are you serious!?" look. Out of all the macarons I have tried, bouchon's probably has the best tasting macarons. The flavors didn't taste artificial, and we were fortunate enough to not have fully hallow macaron shells. I highly recommend getting the raspberry macaron as inside it is filled with raspberry jelly then a raspberry cream borders it. Delish! I also like their banana flavored macaron (literally taste like a banana milkshake) and the vanilla one (taste like real vanilla not the artificial stuff). The eclairs were out of this world good and I am so happy I bought more than one. I prefer the chocolate eclairs than the coffee ones as the coffee cream inside the coffee eclair got slightly bitter days after being bought. The chocolate eclairs however...were still heavenly days after. The bacon scone is also a must. It tasted like a sausage, bacon, and egg on an english muffin. Go get it. Seriously. The blueberry muffin was quite sweet for my taste as is, but if you pair it with milk/tea/(not sure about coffee as I am not a coffee drinker) it will balance out really well! Make sure to eat it a bit warm (or heat it up with you are carrying it home!)! As for the rest, I wasn't able to sample. The fiance's mom LOVED the chocolate almond crossaint, my fiance demolished the brownies, his dad and himself teamed up on the coffee, his sister got this and that, and lastly his mom proudly (while beating on her chest as a symbol of victory) finished both tarts. It must be that good. Also bouchon bakery bakes the bread for his surrounding restaurants in the area..but know that some things aren't available for sale at the bakery as its only exclusive to thomas keller restaurants such as french laundry (like that pretzel bread at the french laundry..cries). Just expect a huge line if you are going later in the day. We were able to go in a day earlier just to scope things out when there was no line luckily (but the fiance didn't let me buy anything since we were on our way to the french laundry...booo) so just make sure you arrive really early. Best time to go is when they just open..we went really early before they opened at 7am...first in line and no huge line at all (well it wasn't that big). I am seriously considering getting our future wedding favors here.
On my latest (of many trips) I discovered the chocolate covered macaroons. What?!?! They have milk and dark chocolate. I tried the milk chocolate. So good! Got an assortment of other goodies and the tuna nicoise sandwich, with olive tampenade. Not a fan of tuna but this sandwich turned me into a tuna lover! Another delicious trip to the best bakery! Ever!

(707) 944-2253

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Lavender, A Four Sisters Inn

2020 Webber Ave
Yountville, 94599
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(707) 944-1388

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Bouchon

6534 Washington St
Yountville, 94599
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Dined during brunch 7/4/15 Pretty disappointed. Good: -their bread. there's a reason their bakery is more popular than this restaurant, and now i know! Bad: -Server was in a mood, took our unfinished soup from right under us without asking if done yet -Steak was cold, disc of butter remained in full cold-shape and never melted down. had to send back to request melting of the butter -Lobster/mushroom omlette - the "lobster" portion was the size of my thumb. the crab - i could have sworn - was some more fancy version of imitation crab, soaked in mayo. the egg was basic egg-ness. just totally unimpressive Advice: skip the restaurant, go straight to bakery instead.
Wow. Extremely impressed. Looking at the menu it appeared to be typical french bistro food, how good can this place be to have a michelin star? Everything was amazing. The steak frites was better than many better cuts of meat that I've had at steak restaurants! Really tender and great flavor. Really everything was amazing! plus large portions and amazing service. Really great value for the price!

(707) 944-8037

French

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Ad Hoc

6476 Washington St
Yountville, 94599
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(707) 944-2487

American (New)

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Maison Fleurie, A Four Sisters Inn

6529 Yount St
Yountville, 94599
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(707) 944-2056

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