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Genova Delicatessen and Ravioli Factory is well-known in Napa for the delicious Italian fare it offers. Though the restaurant does not have much to show in terms of the decor, the tasty sandwiches, salamis, ravioli, salads and more, along with the extensive wine list, make up it. The deli is a family-run business which has an open-air dining area, however, it serves better as a take away joint. This place is always busy, and will give you a wonderful taste of Italy.
With awards adorning the walls, Basque Boulangerie Cafe has proven itself as one of the best places for breakfast and cheap afternoon snacks since its opening in 1994. The restaurant is especially known for its different varieties of bread. However, the Russian tea cakes, Danish pastries, beehive cake and oatmeal cookies are equally delicious. For a more hearty meal, diners can try out a bowl of soup and any of their wide array of hot and cold sandwiches. The lively counter-service restaurant is definitely worth a visit while in town.
Napa Valley is known for its world-renowned restaurants and wine but little is known about local diamonds like Gott's Roadside. Classic diner food - burgers, fries, onion rings, and shakes - is served. Diner food, however, takes on a new life: fresh, local meats and veggies are used to ensure maximum flavor and quality. Essentially it's a burger stand with a line around the corner. Service is quick and the time spent in line can be used to take in picturesque, quaint St. Helena. All seating is outdoor. In true Napa fashion, wine, as well as beer, is served. The food is reason enough, though the miles of scenic vineyards and rolling hills doesn't hurt, to make the drive up Highway 29.