Napa Valley Grille was a wonderfully delicious and decadent dining experience. For whatever reason I had never ventured inside even though I’ve lived on the west side of LA for ten years; I have only myself to blame for missing out on such deliciousness that awaited me. I love the rustic, warm vibe when you walk in for dinner. It really feels like you’ve escaped LA and somehow appeared in wine country.
I immediately ordered one of their signature holiday cocktails; the pumpkin martini, which was everything I hoped it would be and so much more. Obsessed! (It should be stated that I have a serious addiction to all sweet pumpkiny things and every fall it is my goal to try a new pumpkin concoction) I will be fantasizing about this one for the next few months.
When it came time to ordering, Chef Manuel Ortega (who is amazing!) guided us through the menu and we carefully selected EVERYTHING he recommended. Michael and I seriously indulged; we ate oysters, zucchini flatbread, kale chopped salad, grilled shrimp with chimichurri sauce, swordfish, roasted carrots with honey and warm banana bread pudding. (Major work out sesh took place the next day. Duh)
In other good news Napa Valley Grille is offering an amazing Thanksgiving package. If you are in LA this year for Turkey Day consider pre-ordering a mouthwateringly delicious dinner from them. Check out their menu by clicking here.
P.S. The service was beyond spectacular.
P.P.S. If your mouth isn’t watering by the end of this, something is wrong with you!