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All Seasons
All SeasonsAll Seasons invites you to discover- or rediscover- our fresh, seasonal cuisine! Both the bistro and our catering service exemplify the evolving Wine Country style of cooking so unique to this area. Our menus feature the best the seasons have to offer in a relaxed, casual setting. Our award-winning wine list features small production, premium wines of . . .

BaroloWitty sophistication meets rustic hip with barolo’s unique mix of simple food done simply well coupled with an unpretentious and approachable local wine list. Great music and a cool, laid-back vibe are a hallmark of thispopular Calistoga eatery known for its great food and friendly service.

Bosko's Ristorante
Bosko's RistoranteBosko's Trattoria was created over twenty years ago out of a love for Italian food. Our reputation is all about fresh made pasta, that we make in our kitchen everday. To compliment our pasta dishes, we also serve fresh salads, grilled ribeye, pork chops, ravioli, gnocchi and polenta dishes. Wonderful pizzas, made from scratch, are baked in our wood fired oven . . .

Brannan's Grill
Brannan's GrillOur critically acclaimed Napa valley restaurant located in Calistoga California adjacent to the famed Calistoga spa, offers an award winning wine list featuring rare selections from Napa Valley Wineries including Diamond Creek, Araujo Estate, and Harlan Estate as well as Sonoma county appellations . . .

Buster'sBring a jacket and an appetite. The tri-tip sirloin steak sandwich is what you've come for--hick slabs of beef piled on garlic toast. A ladle of sauce goes over the top, hot or mild. But be warned that hot is exactly that. Hot. Don't try to be a hero unless you really like the fire.

Café Sarafornia
Café SaraforniaIf Gold Rush millionaire Sam Brannan had been able to consult a feng shui book in 1860 before he laid out his dream of a Saratoga Springs of the West, the little town of Calistoga might never have slipped into relative obscurity and its visionary founder might not have ended up broke and broken.

Calistoga Inn & Restaurant
Calistoga Inn, Restaurant & BreweryThe Calistoga Inn boasts a 250-seat outdoor dining patio stretching along the right bank of the Napa River, a 110-seat indoor dining facility, a rustic pub with full bar reminiscent of the early days of Calistoga and a modern micro-brewery nestled in the original water tower of the property. The chefs of the Calistoga Inn cook over a wood-fired grill.

Calistoga Roastery
Calistoga RoasteryLeaving the corporate coffee world of San Francisco and Los Angeles in the 80’s, after stints at Pasqua and The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. Clive Richardson was drawn to Calistoga by an old colleague Jack Martin to venture out independently and they opened the Calistoga Roastery on July 3rd 1992. Moving to its current location in 2004 the focus remains the . . .

Flatiron Grill
Flatiron GrillLeaving the corporate coffee world of San Francisco Flatiron Grill, situated in the heart of downtown Calistoga on Lincoln Avenue, opened its doors in the Fall of 2001. Having restored the interior, recreated the private dining space and completely changing the atmosphere, the FlatIron Grill has developed a dining destination for Calistogans and day-trippers alike . . .

JoLeJoLe is a Contemporary American Restaurant owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Matt and Sonjia Spector, chef and pastry chef, respectively. JoLe is the couple’s second restaurant venture. The first was the wildly successful, Matyson Restaurant in Philadelphia. "After four wonderful years at Matyson, we were eager for our next challenge, and . . .


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