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  1. yes, when I finally got around to having an In n Out Burger for the first time last year I was a little underwhelmed - good but not the life changing experience some had painted it to be on the very same trip though I did find the best burger I have ever eaten....at a roadside diner somewhere in Napa: Taylor's Refresher --- [The above link is now broken. For the benefit of readers across the country: In 2010, Taylor's Refresher morphed into Gott's Roadside, resulting in a contentious family feud - details can be found here, and for those pining away for the Taylor's of yes
  2. Amazing review. I'll be at AD Hoc next weekend, can't wait. --- I'll be in Napa next weekend and looking to set up one more winery visit. Much prefer intimate and curated tours over the ones where you stand in a tasting room vying for the next sip. Last year we sat with winemaker Dennis Johns of Round2 and white Cottage in his house and were given a several hour conversation on his beliefs and philosophy. We have appts at Venge( I met Kurt the other week at a diner), Cade and Chapellet and are looking for one other. We do random, semi planned stops as well but too many of those l
  3. Rovers2000

    Napa, CA

    I'm in the process of planning my first trip out to Napa with my wife for the last weekend in February (Thursday - Monday). It'll be our first trip sans our 17 month old little one so I really would like to pull out as many stops as I can without going completely off the wall financially. To that end - does anyone have any lodging recs they would pass along? I'm fine with larger hotels, boutiques, BnB's or even Airbnb or HomeAway options. Thanks in advance!
  4. Napa, CA I recently spent six nights at the DoubleTree by Hilton in American Canyon, which is about fifteen minutes south of downtown Napa. This is a hotel you won't forget once you see it due to the radical design over the entrance: While this hotel looks like an avant-garde project from the 1950s (and, quite frankly, feels like it, too), it was surprisingly built in 2006. Truly, it's difficult to imagine this is only a nine-year-old hotel, and although the layout is nice, the general air is that of a run-down traveler's rest which is being propped up, and has seen better days.
  5. I called at least seven or eight times. I started at 9 in the morning and continued every half hour or so until noon. We were going to be in Bealeton and I knew this new winery was not open to the public-at least not until April. Dave McIntyre had noted the release of their Estate Wines and given his credibility (RDV, Black Ankle, Boordy) with wineries I had never been to or, to be honest, even heard of this was a winery whose wine I had to have. Fifteen minutes out of Bealeton Toni answered the phone. The owner. Hearing, "hello," I thought...feared that I had the wrong number. Could we
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