Mon–Fri 7:00 am–10:30 am
Sat, Sun 7:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–2:00 pm
Daily 5:30 pm–9:30 pm
Late Night Bar
Fri, Sat 10:00 pm–11:00 pm
Delicious food, great service and nice property! We enjoyed breakfast here two days in a row and will come back to try lunch or dinner next time.
Went there for lunch. Dispointing menu as brunch menu is quite limited.
We arrived for Sunday brunch. Waiting for my guests to arrive, I wanted a cocktail. After too long of a wait for someone to take my drink order, I went to the bar and ordered myself. My guests arrived and we had additional cocktails and enjoyed conversation in the lounge area. After awhile, the hostess came to verify reservations and number in my party (5). About 20 minutes later, we were escorted to the dining room. Unfortunately, we had to wait at the hostess stand until our table was ready. I feel the table should have been made ready PRIOR to being summoned from the lounge. When we arrived to our table, the floor under our table was excessively dirty with crumbs. These should have been swept up prior to seating. The food was good and the waitress service as expected. I believe management should probably have a front of house meeting on what standards should be expected.
What impressed me most was the service. Tremendous service. Food was also excellent of course!
Great food, great service, fantastic ambience - loved it all! Had the three course brunch, which was delicious and a very good value. Would definitely come back on our next trip to Napa.
Food was excellent! I had the 3 course brunch (avocado toast.) Enjoyed every bite. Husband had chicken sandwich a la carte.
My brunch: First course was brought along with main (2nd) course. Bar drink (Acacia special) was brought after these two items and my husband's coffee were served.
Waiter was friendly, which was great... but the drink should have come first and the first course should have come first as an appetizer, not served along with the 2nd course. If I could give 4.8 stars, I would. It wasn't a big problem but it was noticed.
Seating was lovely location on the front porch. They do have a nice indoor restaurant as well. The day was sunny, so we chose outside. Parking is valet (we asked if we could "self park as our Corvette was NEW and we wanted no one driving it. Parking attendant was totally understanding, moved a cone and let us park it ourselves. He was awesome!)
Third time there. Service was very slow and food has gone way downhill. Seems like it has been going downhill. Server could not remember the order and it took more than an hour to get our main course. The Caesar salad had so much anchovies paste on it that it was discussing.
Acacia house food was amazing. wonderful experience overall. Loved the location. I would go back again and again
I generally love chef driven places but this one feel short. Very noisy, almost impossible to hear companions. Food was fine but well below special. Server was poor to fair. We had breakfast there one day and dinner another and came away somewhat disappointed.
The food was outstanding. We had the jambon with melon, the schnitzel and the mushroom side dish. The service was terrific: friendly, knowledgeable and seamless. I'd go back in a heartbeat.
Always great food at Acacia House. The Greek yogurt is amazing, so fresh and light.
Went for anniversary and we were greeted with a card signed by everyone and when we ordered dessert their was a chocolate added that said Happy Anniversary
We both had the duck which was outstanding. Crispy skin. Tender and flavorful meat. Corking fee was really high $30-35. Wait staff was incredibly service oriented. Beautiful location.
Had brunch on the veranda. Incredibly beautiful & peaceful. Great cocktails. Amazing burrata with pesto & fruit. Would have preferred to have had the breakfast sandwich as open faced but it was tasty. English muffins from Model bakery are better - they should consider serving those instead. Great fries. Told Open Table it was our anniversary but apparently that never got relayed to the restaurant.
Birthday celebration with my Bestie and free corkage for our birthday made it even more fun!
Ty Acacia House for a beautiful and tasty brunch!
This place has an amazing brunch deal that is worth every penny, sip and bite! Chris Cosentino does not disappoint! The grounds are gorgeous and the food and service is outstanding. I am very excited to have found this new gem and can't wait to try their lunch and dinner menus.
Acacia House is a St. Helena gem!!! The atmosphere is lovely..a restored stately home with wraparound porch, staff extremely engaging and the food was superb! Treat yourself while in Wine Country to a great culinary experience off the main hubbub of downtown Napa & Yountville. We had great bottle of wine (fantastic list) Oh, and there’s no corkage fee should you want to bring your own bottle!
Delish!! Every dish was cooked perfectly tasty and impeccable flavors
Food was fabulous, waitstaff very accomodating, Pleasant and professional. Love being on the porch to dine. Inside diningroom is too bright and loud
The place is very pretty. The restaurant prices were very pricey and the food didn’t blow us away like other places have in the Napa Valley. Corkage is $35! Which is ridiculously pricey for The Valley! We’ve definitely tasted better and had a much better experience elsewhere and will not be returning to the restaurant. The best part of the experience were the margaritas that we had in the lounge.
Eclectic, modern vibe. Acacia house is a restored Georgian house within las alcobas - a lux hotel. Go for the brunch!! - great value for $29. Pastries, fired chicken sandwich (tastiest Cole slaw). Also had the salmon avocado toast and rounded up with great chocolate mousse dessert. Wines by the glass selection was unique. We ordered the coupa Chardonnay and Pinot noir (forget the name)
Such a lovely quaint environment with thoughtful food and drink selections. Not too quiet and stuffy, unique food combinations. The mushrooms were excellent as was the risotto. The hamachi fish dish was a bit too salty. Wish it were not so far out in the middle of no where, otherwise I’d be back!
Pros: Excellent wine selections. Nice food menu. Food tasted delicious. Friendly staff. Known for margarita at their bar.
Cons: Uncomfortable chairs; hard as a rock. Very expensive (1 filet mignon $55; 1 margarita $24, etc.). A bottle of wine and dinner for two could easily run you $400. There are so many fantastic restaurants in Napa Valley. I would probably choose an alternative based on this pricing.
The Pork Schnitzel is a must have.
One of the newer stars in Napa Valley. Acacia House is wonderful in every aspect. They take service to a completely new level and their attention to detail from the moment you drive up to valet park to the entry into the restaurant is amazing.
Personalized attention at it's best....It was our anniversary and we were presented with a card which was had signed by each of the servers, managers, bar staff and waiting assistants: a very nice touch.
The food is imaginative and outstanding. I had the Iberico Pork Schnitzel wi which is one of their signature dishes. My wife had the Halibut and both were superb. The fresh tomatoes and Burrata was also a terrific way too begin the meal. The also had a Lobster Puttanesca which made my main course decision even more difficult.
Highly recommended and you will have a wonderful evening.
Had the $29 fixed price, three course lunch. Great as always.
Our server "Juan Carlos" was excellent, extremely pleasant and had a delightful personality. Nick was also
quite pleasant and made a delightful Rob Roy cocktail. Actually it was the best I have ever had.
Amateur service for the price point. Staff seems ambivalent, at best. Chris Cosentino’s name brings them in, so staff has no incentive or desire to impress.
We were there for brunch on a Saturday. Excellent service starting with the host (who may have been the GM?) to the waiters and sommelier. They were very accommodating when we asked to move from the inside to outdoor seating. The cocktails were well balanced (on the spirit forward side) and the breakfast pastries combined with the fried chicken sandwich and fruit dessert was great (I personally liked it better than the chocolate option that I tried from a friend). Finally the Sommelier serving our table was great. He heard that we had been waiting for a bit between courses and provided us with complementary sparkling wine.
We loved the food except for dessert. We ordered the chocolate cake (for my birthday) and it came all crumbled apart. It's a unique way to serve it but I really like my chocolate cake to look like chocolate cake. :-)
Lovely location, very good food and incredible service.
Only issue - I cannot drink alcohol for medical reasons. I would recommend that they offer a non-alcoholic beer.
It was our anniversary. When we were seated they presented us with a card signed by the staff. Food was good and service impeccable. We sat inside but next time would like to sit out on the patio.
Very good service and good food. Wine list is confusing, it needs to be simplified.
The greens in my salad were a bit “woody” and the soup was described as spicy but it was not.
Very nice room, good bar area, fell down on the food...
Fabulous food and lots of fun
Margarita with salt foam a specialty
We always love the wonderful fresh food and spectacular deserts
Empty restaurant & we were seated in a dark corner, then asked to move. Very unhappy. Comped Rose’ Fried Chicken sandwich was sent back. Way over cooked. Dessert excellent. Negative aside this is one of the best values in the 707. Pri Fix Sunday brunch was $29. Will return. Free valet.
We went for Sunday brunch with friends for a birthday get together. Food was very good, marguerita is a must. Staff and service were amazing, friendly, attentive.
This is a beautiful place with outstanding service. The hamburgers were world-class. I would like a fish alternative on the menu.
Saw this restaurant featured on Check Please Bay Area and the 3 reviewers were all swooning over the amazing food. We couldn't wait to try it so for our 27th wedding anniversary we booked a reservation for dinner and even sprang for a night's stay in Calistoga. The restaurant is in a lovely mansion on a hill and is beautifully appointed. We sat on the porch and enjoyed the view while dining. Unfortunately the food did not live up to the reviews. Firstly, most of the items that were discussed on the show were no longer on the menu since it was now summer and the show took place the previous fall. The one menu item that was carried over, the pork schnitzel, was $59 and definitely not worth it. It came with a dollop of caviar, which my husband asked to not have since he doesn't care for it and asked if the price would be adjusted. The server said "no" so he had it served on the side so that I could have it. My dish, lobster in a puttanesca sauce with pasta, the sauce was so sweet that it overpowered the lobster and pasta rendering the dish inedible. I sent it back and had pasta with fresh tomato sauce instead, which was just ok, not noteworthy. As a starter I had the featured yellow beet salad with ricotta which was tasty but the presentation was lacking. They took a large beet and basically cut it up into sections and laid it over the ricotta. I can do better at home and certainly for the $11 price tag I would expect some effort to go into the presentation. The wine list is well put together and the Rombauer Chard that we had with our meal was delicious. Dessert was good, not memorable (s'more with roasted banana ice cream) and is one of those desserts that helps you keep on your diet as the portion is tiny. A great place for drinks, excellent service, but the food needs some help.
Menu for lunch is limited but food was quite good. Service was outstanding.