Oxbow Public Market
The 40,000-square-foot Oxbow Public Market, has everything from heirloom apples to wines made on-site at Folio Enoteca & Winery. The $11 million gourmet mall is the pet project of Steve Carlin, former manager of San Francisco's Ferry Building marketplace. In a light-filled building near the Napa River, some of the area’s top food purveyors have set up shop, including Hog Island Oysters, Ritual Coffee Roasters, Three Twins Organic Ice Cream and Fatted Calf charcuterie. For sit-down dining, the market has an outpost of Gott’s Roadside, amazing arepas and Venezualan street food at Pica Pica Maize Kitchen, and wood-fired pizzas at Ca’Momi.
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From Food & Wine , OCT 2008
The formerly neglected downtown in the city of Napa is the Valley’s new food frontier. One of its latest draws is the 40,000-square-foot Oxbow Public Market, founded by Steve Carlin, the visionary behind the market at San Francisco’s Ferry Building....MORE
From Food & Wine , AUG 2009
Great cupcakes at Kara’s; top charcuterie at Fatted Calf...MORE
From Food & Wine , JAN 2008
The city of Napa continues to morph into one of Napa Valley’s prime food hubs. The latest reason: the 40,000-square-foot Oxbow Public Market, with everything from heirloom apples to wines made on-site at Folio Enoteca & Winery....MORE
From Food & Wine , OCT 2010
'The kids can have a cupcake or ice cream, and my wife and I can drink a beer alfresco,' Jamey Whetstone says....MORE
From Food & Wine , AUG 2011
As longtime cyclists, organic farmers and winemakers, Erickson and Crawford conceived Velo Vino as an outlet for all their passions. Customers can rent top-drawer road bikes, load up on espresso and the latest Clif Bar...MORE