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About Andaz Farmers Table
Andaz Farmers Table is a refreshing breakfast venue located in Napa, California that offers dishes made using locally sourced and farm fresh ingredients. Andaz Farmers Table specializes in breakfast, so be sure to try such items as the English muffin, butter croissant, strawberry pastry, griddled baguette, house-cured gravlax or a hearty breakfast sandwich. Dine in a rustic country setting while enjoying foods made fresh to order.
Andaz Farmers Table offers seasonally rotating smoothies and freshly squeezed juice concoctions for you to try. For an energizing and cleansing breakfast, try the green smoothie, which contains kale, spinach, grape, pear, banana and apple. For something sweeter, try the �wine away� juice, which contains coconut water, melon, ginger, apple, carrot and pineapple.
Napa, CA 94559
Californian, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:30am - 11am Monday-Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7am-12pm; Dinner: Tuesday-Saturday: 5pm-9pm
Join us at our bar, Mercantile Social for more dining options and enjoy happy hour specials as listed on our Open Table website!
First and Franklin
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking at Andaz Napa offers easy access, as well as the full complement of instant attention upon arrival and departure. Valet parking is complimentary up to 3 hours when you dine in the restaurant.
Self Parking is also available at the Clay Street garage, located conveniently behind the hotel.
Private Party Facilities:
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Stay tuned to many special events hosted here at the Andaz Famers Table!
Andaz Farmers Table Ratings and Reviews
What a wonderful experience. My mother and I thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience. The food was delicious and the vegetables tasted so fresh it reminded me of the thanksgiving vegetables fresh from my grandpa's garden. Absolutely delightful and lovely evening. Creative and flavorful dishes that stayed true to the ingredients.
The whole reason we wanted to try Andaz was because the website indicated it was social and interactive, and we thought meals were done in large groups. We were looking forward to having a more interactive and engaging experience, and were disappointed not to get it. There are many restaurants in Napa that when one touts a particular experience, they should deliver on it.
In a fine dining setting you typically budget your time since you are paying for the experience. It's a good thing no one in our party had any plans for the rest of the evening because the meal service was abnormally slow. Thank God the food was worth waiting for. Overall a good experience, but it's not somewhere I'd run back to.
Very sparse decor and not in a minimalist way. Very small menu (not even a chicken dish unless it was a sandwich). A large party had a platter of chicken and I asked if I could have chicken, too (as they said they would do their best to cater any wishes) and first they said 'no' then said I could have the steak dinner but substitute chicken. I think they just took the chicken off one of the sandwiches.
Oddness aside, the food was outstanding - fresh, flavorful, well-prepared - and we are the worst of food snobs. My husband's burger on a local english muffin was the best he ever had (he went in search of those same muffins the next morning.
Booked this on a hunch. When we first arrived, the place was empty. It was 6:00 so I didn't think too much about it. We ordered drinks and they didn't have my usual spirit (Jack Daniels) and he suggest another bourbon. I said I'd try it and then came back saying they were out of that as well. I figured strikes 1 and 2 right off the bat. He brought me something else that was tasty and we ordered dinner. Dinner made up for all the previous problems. Appetizers were delish and the dinner, amazing. They specialize in small plates, so it's fun to get a couple of things and split. All in all, we had a very nice dinner and the staff was very attentive. By the time we left, the place was packed and very lively. I would recommend.
What a delightful surprise! We had a terrific time here and enjoyed everything from shrimp appetizer to pasta, salads, and fish. The service was terrific. More people need to know about this place as it is terrific. Lots of the menu is small plates, and plates to share, but there are also entree offerings, such as fish, burger, pasta. I highly recommend Andaz.
This restaurant was really a disappointment for us I had heard some good things about it was Friday night the Meal was subpar. With all of the enticing options the area has I think this restaurant has some growing to do before I would go back and try again.
I've been for both Brunch and the Friday night Family Style. The Brunch was forgettable but the Friday night dinner was superb! Every single course was just knock out! My favorite was the smoked Montreal Hanger steak with Andaz Garden root vegetables. The cherry on top-- or rather the chocolate on top, was a special plate with "Happy Anniversary" written in chocolate came out for dessert. We had such a wonderful time celebrating at Andaz!
Quiet spot, with tasty food and decent service. It took a while for all of our food to come out, which was a bit strange since there were only two other (small) tables full at the time we visited. Somewhat limited menu. Would have liked more salad/soup/lighter choices. The artcic char was delicious.
Overall pleaseant, tasty, but service lacking. We (4) went for Thanksgiving Dinner. $55.00 Prix fixe per-head includes 1 free glass of just ok wine. Food was very good and they had a nice selection of traditional turkey-day fare. Great mashed potatoes. I didnt try the turkey, but the prime rib from the carving station was delicious. Carver needed a little more experience, though. Server staff was just ok. Attentive when you could rouse their attention, otherwise pretty oblivious. Perhaps they are not used to buffet service. Plates and glasses kept piling up on the table. I finally had to clear myt able's dishes myself so that we had room for our next plates. But got seated right away, so that was good. I might go back.
Really good food! The coffee-rubbed steak was amazing! The hamburger on a Model Bakery english muffin was perfect, and the ceviche was very well done. The wait staff was attentive and very eager to please. The ambiance and decor were very cool--very modern lounge, with an awesome fireplace and comfy seating. The only problem what that the food took forever to come out. We had a 7:45 reservation and didn't get appetizers until close to 8:30/8:40, and then didn't get main courses until well after 9:00.
The menu was very limited and the crowd was very few when I dined here on a Friday night. The food tasted good, but I don't think we would return in the near future. This is the type of place where you stop for a drink at the bar downstairs and move on to dining elsewhere.
Undiscovered gem in Downtown Napa!!! Had a great time with a bridal party while staying at Avia. Lovely decor and delicately prepared dishes...the mushroom soup with popcorn garnish was a surprising hit! Lamb chops juicy, pesto pasta outstanding, and the tender broccolini was sweet & perfect! Chef came out to greet us and made the whole evening a fantastic night to remember. Our faces and stomachs were all smiling!
I can't say i had a great experience at Avia Kitchen - it was dead quiet on a Saturday Friday night - only 3 other tables in the whole restaurant had patrons. The wait staff looked like they had been dragged in and were quite sullen in nature. The dishes were sharing dishes, which worked out quite well so you could try a few things on the menu - bad thing is that nothing was overly inspiring. The place would be quite nice for a romantic dinner as it was dimly lit with a scattering of nice couch areas.
We will give them another chance ... in the future; seems like they have potential. Food was presented well, was fresh and portions perfect. The chef needs to come up with more flavor to compete in the Napa Valley at the price point ... just too ordinary right now. The taster they brought to the table first was dry, bland, over cooked Ahi. One of the big disappointments was the lousy chairs! Low backs and just uncomfortable. I sat at one end of a couch on my side of the table and the cushion sloped to the middle; it was miserable. The ambiance, chairs, no table clothes etc. kinda say "come and eat but don't stay too long." I hope they improve the comfort and add more flavor to a lot of the dishes ... it is a nice hotel!
Despite some timing issues, we were very happy with the restaurant. The restaurant was pretty empty when we arrived (I believe we may have been the only customers), but it still took nearly two hours to go through drinks, starters, entrees, and desserts, acceptable in most cases, but frustrating when we had told them we had a show to get to. The servers were all friendly and reasonably efficient, they were just slow in getting things done.
That said, the food was tasty and fresh, so no complaints there; they just need to pick up the speed of the service a little -- and a fuller bar would be most welcome.
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