Napa Insider Guide: Restaurants, Tastings and Spas

Food & Wine: Ceja Vineyards holds free salsa-dancing evenings at its downtown Napa tasting room.
Salsa lessons and dancing at Ceja Vineyards. Photo © James Baigre.

The perfect places to eat, drink and visit in Napa without breaking the bank.

Heibel Ranch Vineyards

Plus: Hidden, Affordable Napa Valley

Andrew Lane Wines

Offers one-on-one wine tastings with vintner Drew Dickson; morning events include a breakfast of English muffins with homemade Cabernet Franc jelly.

Calistoga Spa Hot Springs

Locals come after 7 p.m., when the entrance fee drops to $10.

Ceja Vineyards

Free salsa lessons are followed by dancing on Saturday nights.

Cook St. Helena

Winemakers come for regional Italian dishes, especially the house-made pastas.

Heibel Ranch Vineyards

Winemaker Trent Ghiringhelli gives backcountry tours and tastings in his 1963 Jeep.

Jonesy’s Famous Steak House

Hand-carved steaks near the Napa Valley Airport.

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