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ResorTime.com offers travelers with the most sought after Napa Valley vacation rental deals. The capital for romance is California's Napa Valley, a fertile land of relaxation, culture and miles of stunningly gorgeous rolling hills dotted throughout with some of the world's most beautiful vineyards. Our Napa Valley vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

Napa, CA
RiverPointe Napa Valley timeshare rentals and vacation condos are an Interval International SELECT Resort located along the Napa River in the heart of wine country. The resort consists of fully-equipped modular cottages in an array of floor plans to suite your families needs. Everything you could want in a resort is available at RiverPointe including exciting amenities such as croquet, volleyball, a swimming pool, spa, sauna, workout room, and laundry facility.
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Napa, CA
Old World Tuscan charm blends with the surrounding vine-covered hills to welcome you with style and grace to Vino Bello Resort. At Napa Valleys newest luxury resort you will find luxurious accommodations, fine amenities and gracious service, all designed to make your visit to Napa Valley a memorable one.
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Visitors Information in Napa Valley

"The town of Napa is the valley's largest, and visitors who get a glimpse of the strip malls and big-box stores from Highway 29 often speed right past on the way to the smaller and more seductive Yountville or St. Helena. But Napa doesn't entirely deserve its dowdy reputation. After many years as a blue-collar town that more or less turned its back on the Wine Country scene, Napa has spent the last few years attempting to increase its appeal to visitors, with somewhat mixed results. A walkway that follows the river through town, completed in 2008, makes the city more pedestrian-friendly, and new restaurants and hotels are continually popping up (there are even plans to open a Ritz-Carlton on the river's banks in 2011). But you'll still find a handful of empty storefronts among the wine bars, bookstores, and restaurants, and Napa's biggest tourist attraction, a food-and wine-theme museum and educational center, closed in late 2008. Many visitors choose to stay in Napa after experiencing hotel sticker shock; prices in Napa are marginally more reasonable than elsewhere. If you set up your home base here, you'll undoubtedly want to spend some time getting out of town and into the beautiful countryside, but don't neglect taking a stroll to see what Napa's least pretentious town has to offer."
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International
In Napa Valley, wine and food are the name of the game and the options for world-class dining are as numerous as the vineyards. In fact, many of the vineyards contain amazing restaurants that feature Napa Valley's famous regional cuisine. If you're looking to dine away from the wineries, the Bayleaf Restaurant is a charming estate in the heart of Napa Valley. This magical restaurant experience features five dining rooms, outdoor patios, an extensive wine cellar, world-class kitchen and an onsite garden.

American
Napa Valley dining favorite, Celadon, is a cozy little venue in Napa Mill that serves an eclectic menu of innovative "global" food.

French
An 1890s boathouse with a vaulted wood-beam ceiling sets the scene for romance at this cozy French bistro. Though the style is casual—tables are close together, and the warm, crusty bread is plunked right down on the paper-top tables—the food is always well executed. Look for classic French dishes like beef bourguignonne, a rib-eye steak with red wine sauce and french fries, or a starter of ris de veau (veal sweetbreads). In fair weather, ask for one of the charming outdoor tables.

American
Hardly a down-home ramshackle barbecue shack, this temple to meat in the middle of a shopping center has a clean, modern aesthetic, with the black-and-white photos on the wall and brushed aluminum chairs. The menu of barbecue favorites includes a half or full rack of smoked baby back ribs and a Memphis-style pulled pork sandwich, all served with your choice of three different sauces. The supremely juicy fried chicken, made with free-range chicken and served with mashed potatoes and vinegary collard greens, is also popular. If you can save any room, the root-beer float or sweet potato-pecan pie is a fitting end to a homey meal. Outside seating (on a patio facing the parking lot) is available on fair days.

Italian
At this lively bistro, the Cal-Italian food is simultaneously inventive and comforting: an excellent fritto misto of onions, fennel, calamari, and plump rock shrimp; risotto with scallops and wild mushrooms; pizza with caramelized onions and Gorgonzola; and tender braised lamb on a bed on fried polenta. Dishes roasted in the wood-burning oven are a specialty. Children are unusually welcome here, catered to with crayons and paper-topped tables and a menu with items like pizza topped with cheese, french fries, and "no green stuff." Fodors.com Forum users suggest snagging a table on the covered patio for a "more intimate and quiet" experience.

American
A triple threat, Bounty Hunter is a wine store, wine bar, and restaurant in one. You can stop by for just a glass of wine from their impressive list—a frequently changing list with 40 available by the glass in both 2- and 5-ounce pours, and 400 by the bottle—but it's best to come with an appetite. A miniscule kitchen means the menu is also small, but every dish is a standout, including the pulled pork and beef brisket sandwiches served with three types of barbecue sauce, the signature beer-can chicken, and meltingly tender St. Louis-style ribs. The space is whimsically rustic, with stuffed game trophies mounted on the wall and leather saddles standing in for seats at a couple of tables. It's open until midnight on Friday and Saturday, making it a popular spot among locals for a late-night bite. At this writing, plans to expand into the space next door were in the works.

Seafood
As featured on the Food Network's "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," The Hog Island Oyster Bar in the Oxbow Public Market is the Hig Island Oyster Company's latest farm-to-plate oyster adventure. Enjoy Hog Island oysters from Tomales Bay paired with outstanding Napa and Sonoma Valley wines, artisan brews and a seasonal menu celebrating the bounty of northern California.

American
We're an American Grill. We grill fish, chops, ribs, steaks, and feature flavors from around the globe. Our specialties include Seared Ahi Tuna on sesame crackers, Crispy Calamari with curried slaw, and BBQ Baby Back Ribs. Our eclectic wine list features hard to find gems from California, the American Northwest, South America, Australia and New Zealand.

Indian
Neela’s menu features the many different provinces of India—vegetarian dishes from the south and tandoor-cooked dishes from the north, as well as chaat (street foods) and classic dishes of the British Raj—all made with the freshest ingredients available to create bright, home-style fare. Neela’s also features Bollywood music videos in the bar, plus a weekly Wednesday vegetarian tasting menu and Thursday Bread Night—a selection of stuffed flat breads served with salads and raita. Also this summer we will be featuring a traditional High Tea service.

Italian
One of the "locals" favorite. Ristorante Allegria features Italian influenced with California Cuisine. In downtown Napa, Ristorante Allegria is located in a historic landmark bank, built in the 1920's, featuring 35 foot ceilings, a breathtaking ambiance, delicious food, superb service and relaxing Italian music. On the menu, there is chicken, home made pastas, lamb and – the signature Marinated Teriyaki Skirt Steak is not to be missed! Wine connoisseurs will be impressed with the extensive collection of Italian and Napa Valley selections.

Bakery
Local bakery specializing in incredible cookies, custom cakes, and breakfast items. All are made with top-quality ingredients, freshness, and imagination. Their pumpkin pie was featured on the Rachel Ray Show!

Vegetarian
Our mission at Ubuntu is to bring to our customers a bounty of local biodynamically gardened produce handled with care and skill by talented artisans and chefs providing an unparallel experience connecting our customers to the bounty of the earth. Our mission is extended beyond the customer and includes providing a sustainable workplace environment and interconnectedness with our providers and our local communities.

Spanish
Ocher-color walls, a weathered wood bar, a faded tile floor, and hammered-tin ceiling panels set the scene for a menu composed almost entirely of tapas. These little dishes, so perfect for sharing, and Latin jazz on the stereo help make this place a popular spot for festive get-togethers. Diners down cava (Spanish sparkling wine) or sangria with dishes such as white anchovies with endive, ratatouille, and salt cod with garlic croutons. Reservations aren't accepted, so expect a wait on weekends, when local young adults flood the zone. The bocadillos (Spanish-style sandwiches) and empanadas available at lunch make it an inexpensive stop for a midday snack.
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