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180 Rutherford Hill Rd Rutherford, CA 94573
180 Rutherford Hill RdUSCARutherford94573
Auberge du Soleil resort and spa provides world-class luxury in the heart of the Napa Valley, and our Michelin-star restaurant showcases northern California's finest, freshest ingredients.
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Richard Vanderhorst
reviewed a month ago
This is truly an experience. Three or four course menus. Every bite is an explosion of flavor. Don't miss the desserts. The service and views are impeccable!
Matthew Mehdi
reviewed 9 months ago
Excellent food and service. One of the best views in Napa for a dining experience. True Napa service and quality
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Scott Levitan
reviewed a year ago
I went for dinner. Food is definitely good but not at the level of other top restaurants with 26+ scores on Zagat. Very good but not great or memorable. Service was decent. I was surprised that our waitress only recommended wines that were 50% higher than the price range we discussed. She seemed to only say which wines were good without providing insights. I would have expected some insights or an intro to the Sommelier.
Alex Gillespie
reviewed 3 months ago
Amazing meal and very accommodating to a family with an 18 month old. We sat on the terrace and they brought us a shall for Ellie after the sun went down, she fell asleep almost immediately after dinner as we enjoyed dessert. Epic wine list too, the 2007 Quill 100% Cab from Diamond Mountain was eloquently.
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Dan Seigel
reviewed a year ago
My wife and I visited Napa on our honeymoon last summer, and we were hoping to get a table at the French Laundry for my birthday (a few days after our wedding), but alas, couldn't. We read reviews, and chose Auberge instead--and so glad we did. My wife has eaten at the French Laundry, and if we go back to Napa, we'll choose Auberge du Soleil instead. The food was terrific: the scallops melted in your mouth, and even the side dishes would have been good enough on their own. Add to that the beautiful view (Napa in June) and terrific service, and we couldn't have had a more wonderful dinner.
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Michael Hraba
reviewed a year ago
We drove up to Napa for a few well deserved days sequestered, nestled in the hills of our bucolic back door. We weren't staying here, but had brunch, as well as walked around the property. All of it's awards are well deserved, and the acclaim can only be understood by being on the grounds - no photos can really do it justice. It is as relaxing and peaceful an atmosphere as I can imagine. I hesitate about the 5 stars, because for the value not one moment should be off. In this situation, I will say our server seemed professional, but vacant, distant, and robotic. We're not looking for obsequiousness, just a little interest. It's not a small event for us, so we would appreciate engagement (which was, at times, forgetful). But never mind those dark thoughts! On to the goodies... and good they were. Outstanding house made pastries, muffins, and breads started us off, alongside a bloody mary (downed quickly, it was fine, but nothing to write home about). We moved to a couple glasses of sparkling wine, and ordered the Oysters to start. They were incredible: fresh, perfectly shucked, Wife had the white corn soup with crispy fried oyster and chervil oil. I had the most unbelievable Onion tartelette with smoked salmon, creme fraiche, and watercress. This was the highlight of the meal for me, easily. So delicate, and it just paired so well with the Carneros Brut Rose. The Main Lobster Omelete was fluffy and in the french style, so slightly softer. It was delicious, but just as she had wished she ordered the tartelette, I was so jealous of her Duck Confit Hash with slow cooked farm eggs, mache, and red wine sauce. It was decadent, savory, and superb. As for desserts, I am just listing them because they were all insane: Cherokee Blackberries, Vanilla Struesel Cake, Lemon Verbena Ice Cream, Soft Meringue Port Roasted Bing Cherry Tart, Chocolate Cremeux, Kirsch Chantilly Cream Red Top Peaches, Mesquite Shortcakes, Pecans, Old No 7 Ice Cream Trailside Strawberries, Sweet Coconut Cream, Angelfood, Lime, Strawberry Sorbet Crispy Filo Wrapped Chocolate Dumplings, Tarragon Ice Cream, Arbequina Olive Oil Wildflower Honey Glazed Apricots, Toasted Sourdough Bread Pudding, Salted Almond Ice Cream We got the Peaches and Cherry Tart... a Sauternes and port to match. It was lovely gluttony. It's not a common place treat to end up there, but I am counting the days until we return....
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