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Ad Hoc
American Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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6476 Washington St Yountville, CA 94599
6476 Washington StreetUSCaliforniaYountville94599
$$$American Restaurant, Food Service
American Restaurant
Food Service
Family Restaurant
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday ClosedWednesday ClosedThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 1:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Informal, comfortable eatery serving American fare with a set menu, created by chef Thomas Keller.- Google
"Most of the dishes are served family style."
"$16 box lunch featuring Thomas Keller's fried chicken can't be beat."
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Phil Ye
2 weeks ago
Brunch on a set menu. Very unique. Especially the Ambrosia Salad that is made of various fresh fruits sprinkled with baked coconut chip. Single basil leaf give it a kick to a high tone. I can come here for salad only. Well, not so fast. Doesn't this place serve chickens everybody is talking about. I have them presented with chopped asparagus and peas. Juicy, fresh and refreshing. I am not a fan of cinnamon rolls. For those who like them, you are at the right place.
Magdalena Cheng
2 months ago
Thomas Keller's establishment never fails to delight. The food, service, and ambience at Ad Hoc was excellent!
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Jackie Roewe
a month ago
Went for Sunday brunch and it was phenomenal. Wonderful food and wonderful service.
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Nicholas Teodori
a year ago
Best dinner in Napa for the money. Great food, great atmosphere, great service. Breakfast is worth trying, too.
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Ryan Scott
2 months ago
I dunno. Way, way too much food, most went to waste. Two entire chickens for two people? Seriously? After a gigantic salad with potatoes and peas that must have weighed five pounds. Tiny glasses of wine. How odd. I don't know why the portions would be do out of whack. I thought it was weird frankly and it made me feel like I was wasting so much. It did not taste all that great. The chicken coating was super thick and somewhat hard.
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R Butler
2 months ago
$16 box lunch featuring Thomas Keller's fried chicken can't be beat. Enjoy the sunny day by eating at picnic tables. Note, closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Flora Fiorillo
10 months ago
Let’s be realistic: every food aficionado who goes to a Thomas Keller’s restaurant can hardly wait for the day of the reservation to come. Ad-hoc is a friendly, easy-going spot that lives up to its owner’s reputation. For $34 we had a pre-fixed menu that left us all happy and satisfied. Most of the dishes are served family style. The sweet Gem Lettuce salad opened the dances with its jaconeem’s figs, some perfectly crisp green grapes, salty and crunchy pistachios and vinaigrette that paired beautifully with all the flavors on the plate. You don’t like dressing? Fear not! The dressing comes on the side. The main course was a beef brisket ash, buttermilk biscuit, hen egg, russet potatoes and chanterelle mushrooms. While the side ingredients complemented the dish well the true heroes of this delicious dish was the perfectly smoked brisket diced in cubes that melted in my mouth and a very dense and slightly salty but tasteful biscuit. So I cut the biscuit in half, put the egg on top of one half, added the brisket and a few mushrooms and dug into it… We could not NOT add the chocolate chip pancakes… After all we had driven from SF (that was our excuse)! The 3 small, gourmet-style, pancakes came with delicious vanilla butter and crown maple syrup on the side. I don’t usually add anything to my pancakes but, in this case, these additions were worth it. My friend had the gluten free version of the pancakes and commented that it was her first time she liked pancakes since being diagnosed. The blueberry buckle was the best way to end an already excellent and fulfilling meal. The coffee cake came with o’henry peach compote and whipped Chantilly cream, a beautiful combination of flavors and colors. My gluten-free friend had a homemade chocolate chip ice-cream sandwich. Delicious home made vanilla ice cream with chocolate chips cookies that were a tad too sweet. Extras? Great bloody Mary and fresh squeezed orange juice. The décor of the place is simple yet classy, the service is great and it is good value for the money. The staff is very knowledge about the food and it’s a pleasure to hear why certain pairings were made and how the meal was prepared. Will I drive to Yountville again to visit Ad Hoc? You bet I will.
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jeffery clark
a year ago
Nice casual place for a Thomas Keller restaurant. The 4 course prefix menu changes daily. We had lamb shanks which were tasty. All in all, good food and good wine paring with the food. I wish we showed up on the night they cook fried chicken; I hear its divine.


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