Brix Restaurant

+1 707-944-2749 7377 St. Helena Hwy
Yountville, CA 94558
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Brix Restaurant and Gardens in Napa, California opened on June 9, 2008, as an entirely new incarnation of the wine country classic, with a renewed focus on farm-to-table dining. More than two acres of gardens and orchards provide ingredients for a new menu inspired by the culinary traditions of the winegrowing regions in Southern France and Northern Italy. Owned by the Kelleher family, the restaurant’s name reflects the measurement of sugar levels at which the grapes for the Kelleher Family Vineyard’s Cabernet Sauvignon are harvested. In our wine shop, guests can choose from a large selection of Small production wines, table linens,hand crafted ceramics and decanters. – Description from Dragac

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