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A Reasonable Lunch in Napa Area with a Nice Setting and a Good Menu?

Marie | Jun 14, 200512:39 PM     8

I will be taking out-of-towns guests to Napa for the first time and need a pleasant place for lunch. A view would be nice and/or maybe a patio? I'm thinking of Mustards, Brix, Tra Vigne, Bistro Don Giovanni? I would consider restaurants in Yountville and St. Helena, etc. if Chowhounds strongly advise Bouchon or Bistro Jeanty, for instance, although I would prefer to keep the cost down a little.

Also, I would like to take my guests to a winery before lunch and would welcome any suggestions about convenient winery tour/lunch locations. Thanks!

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