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The French Laundry


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6640 Washington Street
Yountville, CA 94599

 (707) 944-2380

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"I also know that the The French Laundry is now taking reservations a few months in advance."  See More

"As far restaurants go, our favorite experience was at The French Laundry."  See More

"There's The French Laundry and Morimoto right in our backyard."  See More

"For a total culinary experience every night (if I had 4 hours each night to dine and an unlimited supply of money), I would without a doubt select The French Laundry because it is just that amazing and the menu changes daily so you know you won't get bored."  See More

"Ultimately, I had to go back to my most memorable meals, which were at Le Bernardin and The French Laundry."  See More

"Search for The French Laundry in your GPS and go from there (this is also where ad hoc that I had previously mentioned is)."  See More

"Anything by Thomas Keller-The French Laundry if you can score the reservation is an AMAZING experience in food."  See More

"Some of my favorite wineries are, Caymus Vineyards, Flora Springs Winery, Pine Ridge Vineyards, and great restaurants are Gott's Roadside, The French Laundry, Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin' BBQ, Oakville Grocery"  See More

"If you're only going for a day (a shame!), definitely get a driver. This isn't a customized answer, but we got married in Sonoma and enjoyed many weekends in Napa and Sonoma wedding planning. I get asked so much that I have a prepared email with our favorite spots so thought I'd share. See below and have a great time!!! Wine Country I really recommend doing a wine tour or renting a limo. Here are some of my favorites- they are in order of location from the southern part of the valleys to the northern part: Napa: Del Dotto Estate Winery & Caves- really cool cave tour but go here last- they serve so much wine you'll be very drunk Darioush Winery- amazing cabs, really interesting/posh inside Clos Du Val Winery Monticello Vineyards - designed to look like Thomas Jefferson's house Jarvis Winery- great cave tour, amazing wines (I am a member of the wine club here), need to make an appointment in advance! Opus One Winery- its beautiful here. they basically just give you a full glass of their amazing wine (~$30/glass!) and let you hang out on the property Cakebread Cellers- gives a good tour for new wine drinkers, also a good place to go if you like white wines. Peju Province Winery- entertaining wine tasting, learned a lot, wine is average Z D Wines- just love their wine V Sattui Winery- this is one of the best places to stop in for lunch. it is a winery and you can do a tasting but they also cook warm food and have picnic tables out for you to grab a seat for lunch. Clos Pegase Winery- my parents have been here and think its cool, it has a greek theme Frank Family Vineyards- i havent been here yet but I love their wines Sonoma √Čtude Wines- love their carneros Pinot Noir! Domaine Carneros- good champagne, beautiful place to visit Cline Cellars Gundlach Bundschu- fun tour! Spend some time in Sonoma Plaza for lunch (picnic on the lawn), sample cheeses and fudge in the country store BR Cohn Winery Kunde Family Estate- we got married here! its the largest vineyard in all of sonoma & napa counties, good value wine, fun tours Ledson Winery & Vineyards- interesting place, designed after a castle in Europe I've also heard about tours where you rent bikes and bicycle to a few vineyards for the tour, which could be fun as well. Here is a link to a company that does that: Napa Valley Bike Tours & Rentals ."  See More

"A great place to eat is The French Laundry in Yountville (reservation recommended)."  See More

"The two three star Michelin restaurants in the valley are: The French Laundry - (difficult to get into, 60 day in advance reservations open up) or the Restaurant At Meadowood (a bit easier to get access"  See More

"For dinner check out (if you want to drop a chunk of change The French Laundry-if there are no reservations, try out his other restaurants: ad hoc or Bouchon-both are outstanding in their own right."  See More

"Search for The French Laundry in your GPS and go from there (this is also where Chandon and ad hoc that I had previously mentioned are)."  See More

"The French Laundry, but that's about $250 a person, so the other two are definitely more budget-friendly options!"  See More

"The French Laundry- One of the top rated restaurants in the United States."  See More

"Search for The French Laundry in your GPS and go from there."  See More

"I would say that the two most famous are The French Laundry and Morimoto."  See More

"The French Laundry is one of those places that you have to plan to go to in advance, two months in advance, more specifically :P You could check OpenTable for cancellations daily, and one thing that you might want to try is calling them and asking their reservationist (that's what FL calls it) to let you know if there happens to be a cancellation on that day."  See More

"From closest to furthest to Napa, here it is: Yountville -- has some of the world's most notable restaurants, including the famous The French Laundry."  See More

"Here's a list of Yountville suggestions with his three restaurants listed first: The French Laundry (sure you've heard of that!"  See More








   
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