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Restaurants in St. Helena/Napa

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Looking for an update on places for a nice dinner. We'll be staying two nights at Vineyard Inn in St. Helena, so would like to be close. I haven't been to Napa in years now, so probably a little out of touch. TraVigne was always a favorite, but not sure what else is new. Open to type of food (so long as it's good), but ambience is just as important. Not looking for noisy, loud, crowded places. Outdoor if nice, candlelit, and "romantic" is nice, or if inside a place where you're not packed into a screaming mass of people. Oh, and we really don't want to drive far as we'll be drinking.

The good part is we'll be there on a Wednesday and Thursday night, but it's just a few weeks away from now!

Oh, and lunch suggestions are welcome too. Even something really good at a winery. Normally, we'd probably grab things at Oakville Grocery or somewhere and picnic, but that's not a requirement.

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