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St. Johns, Florida
August 20, 2009
San Francisco, California
March 26, 2008
From journal Wine Country Day
January 2, 2005
It has a large wine shop where you can buy the wines you drink with dinner. The best part of this place is the Sunday Brunch. When in the Napa Valley, finish your trip off with an amazing brunch. It is buffet-style with a price point of $25. This includes coffee and orange juice. They have a variety of cheeses, salads, meats, a made-to-order omelet station, the best waffles in the valley, and a great dessert bar. The staff is always willing to help out with anything you need.
Check it out the next time you come to the valley. Whether it be for lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch, don't miss it. Reservations are recommended, but not needed. They are mainly needed at lunchtime.
From journal The Napa Valley
January 11, 2004
From journal Autumn in Napa Valley
August 13, 2003
This is a French cafe that offers delicios quiches, soups, gelato, and all the coffee drinks you can imagine. The food was great. There was a computer so patrons could check email. It was decorated with lots of French paraphenalia and even serve Lillet. I felt like I was in France for a bit. This cafe is a little gem.
From journal Taking a Napa
by Barb B
Napa, CA and Hereford, AZ , Arizona
December 11, 2000
Brix is an oasis of brilliance on winter evenings with over 150,000 lights illuminating the towering trees in front. The inviting lounge shares its gigantic fireplace with a section of the dining room set with intimate tables for two. Expansive views of the Mayacamas Mountains, and the large trellised terrace beyond are viewed through the floor to ceiling windows.
Art deco chandeliers, wall scones, banquette lamps and hanging glass shades in grapevine motifs tie the entire dining room space together. An Open kitchen with brick oven wraps around two sides of the dining room and adds to the comfortable ambiance.
The entire menu excels in every way -- from velvety Foie Gras and exquisite oysters with caviar to, smoky rack of lamb, seared Ahi and grains and noodles. This is truly a unique experience in visual and culinary elegance, all picturesquely presented with flair. Imaginative wine pairings accompanied each entree and service was attentive without being intrusive.
Dessert proved to be the Grande finale to a great dining experience. Hawaiian Chocolate Napoleon, Creme brulee trio, Gelatos, Sorbet, Mouse Cheesecake--each has a special charm of its own. I suppose that is why a dessert sampler is offered for two or four.
Brix is a fantastic choice for a marvelous gourmet lunch or dinner, flawlessly served in a delightful setting. You can view BRIX menus at http://www.Brix.com TIP: Reservations are not only recommended, but at times they are mandatory!
From journal Get Spoiled in Calistoga!
by Big Louie
October 28, 2000
From journal Hip yet reasonable Napa
New York, New York
June 22, 2000
From journal A Week in Napa Valley