Napa Valley Grille
Ring in 2014 with the top spots in LA for New Year’s Eve.
This Christmas Eve, enjoy dinner with friends and family at one of our picks for the best restaurants in LA.
This season, L.A. restaurants are featuring some of their best Fall harvest menus.
Warm up to the fireplace with L.A.’s best fall and winter cocktails.
These five Los Angeles restaurants and bars are the must-visits of the season for fall drinks.
For a last taste of summer, check-out these tasty grilled dishes from top LA restaurants.
To celebrate, Napa Valley Grille’s Executive Chef, Taylor Bourdreaux, stopped by the KCAL9 studios Wednesday to make Peaches and Prosciutto as well as a Stone Fruit Salad.
Indulge in some of the best summer dishes where you can taste the flavors of the season, like biting into a juicy peach, sweet corn and heirloom tomatoes, enhanced even more in delightful, creative combinations.
Show mom your love this Mother’s Day. Whether she loves the outdoors or gourmet food, there are plenty of great places in Los Angeles to show her how much she matters.
Southern California’s restaurants are ready to take advantage of the warmer weather with outdoor brunches, nighttime markets and backyard brew fests.
Planning for the big holiday meal can put a ton of stress on just about anybody. This year, take that unnecessary tension out of the Thanksgiving gathering, and instead tune into football, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and family time by making a reservation elsewhere. More and more restaurants are staying open to serve traditional Thanksgiving dinners. These five L.A. restaurants will do all of the prep work, cooking, and cleaning up for you.
The next seven days will be great for foodies, rock fans, and extreme sports enthusiasts. In other words, just another awesome week in L.A.
With the advent of summer, many local restaurants have rolled out new menus for happy hour, kids, or specials. Now’s the time to revisit your old favorites or discover some new ones.
You can get a taste of the California wine region without leaving the Southland at Napa Valley Grille.
Thanksgiving Day is this country’s most bountiful holiday, but that does not mean you have to heat up the kitchen in order to eat well. Los Angeles’ top chefs are willing to do the hard work, so all you have to do is lift your fork…and maybe a wine glass too.