Wood Fiber Clay, an online homewares business owned by St. Helenans Lisa Toller and Kelley Burnett, will be at Oxbow Public Market with a pop-up shop from October through December, 2016. The shop offers unique holidays gifts and handcrafted items by independent makers, vintage finds, and sustainable, fair-trade goods made of natural materials, some of which will only be available at the Oxbow pop-up. Items include ceramics by local artists Amanda Wright and Lisa Cleaver, linens by San Francisco’s Jenny Pennywood, and pottery from A Question of Eagles and Le Feu de L’Eau candles in Los Angeles, among other artisan makers.
HoursDaily, 9 am-7 pm; Tuesdays until 8 pm
Fieldwork Brewing Company
Fieldwork Brewing Company’s new taproom in Oxbow Public Market’s main market hall, offers a unique tasting experience of a rotating selection of craft beers produced at its Berkeley, California brewery. Fieldwork Brewing Company is known for the range and quality of its beers, and visitors to its Oxbow Taproom can expect an ever-changing tap list of fresh releases to enjoy by sampler flight, beer by the glass, and fresh beer filled “to go” in growlers and Crowler cans. The Oxbow Taproom will generally have ten or more beers on tap at all times.
Fieldwork Brewing Company has quickly gained a following in the craft beer community since the brewery began production in early 2015. Fieldwork beers are masterminded by Head Brewer and co-founder Alex Tweet, well-known for creating the wildly popular Grapefruit Sculpin IPA during his time at Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits. Fieldwork has released over 90 unique beers since opening its Berkeley Taproom, developing a loyal fan base of the brewery’s creativity and diversity of styles.
HoursDaily, 11 am-7 pm
HoursSunday-Thursday, 11 am-9 pm; Friday-Saturday until 10 pm
CRU @ The Annex
Oxbow’s newest addition, CRU @ the Annex, features 1,800 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for guests to enjoy Vineyard 29 wines by the flight, glass or bottle. Wines featured will include CRU Sauvignon Blanc ($39), CRU Pinot Noir ($54), CRU Cabernet Sauvignon ($60), Aida Estate Cabernet Sauvignon ($250) and 29 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon ($250). In addition to the existing Vineyard 29 portfolio, CRU @ the Annex will debut the first CRU Merlot (23 cases produced).
Hours OpenDaily, 11 am-7 pm
Anette’s Chocolates artisan crafted chocolates and confections are made made locally, at their nearby downtown Napa factory. Anette and her brother Brent work together to create marvelous assortments of fine truffles, rich creams and caramels, brittles, chews, chocolate sauces, caramel sauces, and seasonal specialties. Together they combine Napa Valley’s excellence in fine wines with fine chocolates to create confectionery wonders that tantalize the senses.
C CASA is the culmination of owner Catherine Bergen’s passion for artisan foods, combined with her love of Latin cuisine. C CASA’s menu delivers unique tacos, house-made white corn tortillas, chili-rubbed rotisserie meats, fresh salads and salsas, and interesting sides. All food is made to order from fresh, seasonal ingredients, and sustainable meats and fish. Menu items include a seasoned ground buffalo taco or a duck, spinach, and goat cheese taco or a crab taco. C CASA salads include a mixed field greens salad or a baby spinach and corn edamame salad. Nacho’s Not@ reinvents the idea of nachos with freshly made white or black beans on a bed of house-made tortilla chips, topped with goat cheese, pico de gallo and chippotle aioli. C CASA also offers craft beers and boutique wines, and its menu is gluten-free. C CASA is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Ca’ Momi Enoteca is an “Obsessively Authentic Italian” quick-service location for lunch and dinner on the go. Enjoy organic VPN (Verace Pizza Napoletana) and APN (Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani) certified wood-fired pizza, a variety of seasonal salads, and organic Italian pastries.
The second location for Eiko’s Modern Japanese Cuisine (its popular original location opened in downtown in Napa June 2011), Eiko’s at Oxbow is a full-service seafood marketplace and sushi bar with Executive Chef Jake Rand at the helm. Eiko’s offers exquisite seafood by the pound, a sit-down sushi bar, grab-and-go Japanese deli options, and Japanese beer and sake selections. Eiko’s at Oxbow offers classic sushi rolls, as well as specialty and seasonal sushi and sashimi offerings, both from the sushi bar as well as at the retail fish counter. Eiko’s freshly stocked signature sushi, salads, bentos, and noodle dishes are also available to go.
Seven generations of the Swickard Family at Five Dot Ranch have been in the business of offering the finest beef found in Northern California. Five Dot Ranch has developed a successful natural beef program. Through a holistic, environmentally sustainable approach to grazing on open ranges and pastures, combined with low-stress handling, Five Dot has been able to raise its cattle naturally without antibiotics or added hormones. Raising cattle in nine different counties in Northern California allows Five Dot to match the cattle to the best forages our state has to offer at the most optimal times of the year. In addition to the freshest, cleanest beef free of antibiotics or hormones, Five Dot has a delicious sandwich menu, including a beef bacon BLT, Asian BBQ beef with creamy coleslaw and the pastrami reuben.
Fatted Calf is a charcuterie and butcher shop dedicated to the details that produce incredibly tasty food. Sourcing the right ingredients and creating meaty goods in small batches ensures proper attention is paid to each step in the process. Fatted Calf sources the best pigs and products because they care about the quality of life our animals receive. At Fatted Calf there is an extended effort to highlight the work of small farmers who work with passion and standards that exceed those around them. By choosing to use only pasture raised meats Fatted Calf wants to positively impact our community and others – it doesn’t just sell pork chops and prosciutto, it is feeding people quality food that is better for them, the environment, and small business. When you choose to shop at Fatted Calf you’re voting for better quality of life for the animals, the farmer, and the communities surrounding them. Fatted Calf’s goal is the make these standards for meat quality the norm. In addition to exceptional meat Fatted Calf also have a unique selection of artisanal food products from California and Italy hand selected for the shop, as well as a delicious daily lunch menu. Stop in and sample some salumi, beans, pasta, vinegar or fresh cuts and taste the difference.
HoursOpen Monday-Saturday, 9 am-7 pm; Sunday, 10 am-6 pm - See more at: http://oxbowpublicmarket.com/merchants/#sthash.joUfQWwe.dpuf
Gott’s Roadside is a different kind of burger joint. For anyone who craves delicious, high-quality fare in a welcoming down-to-earth spot, Gott’s Roadside is a tried-and-true local favorite. We serve juicy cheeseburgers, great hot dogs, incredible onion rings and hand-spun shakes alongside crispy Ahi Poke tacos, Chinese chicken salad, and a renowned Ahi burger—try finding those at your average drive-in—but our version of these American roadside favorites and California classics are made-to-order using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Our commitment to local sourcing also extends to the glass: our California-centric list of wines and beers means you can order a Point Reyes Blue Cheese Burger with a high-end Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, or sip a San Francisco-brewed Anchor Steam beer alongside your spicy, sweet potato fries. At Gott’s Roadside every detail matters and nothing is ever ordinary.
Hog Island Oyster Bar at Oxbow Public Market offers a casual and relaxed oyster haven in the heart of downtown Napa, proudly serving its own Hog Island oysters and shellfish, complemented with savory seafood entrees, organic salads and small plates showcasing the amazing farmers, fisherman and artisan food producers of Napa Valley and northern California. Hog Island Oyster Co. practices sustainable aquaculture and follows the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program.
Hudson Greens & Goods specializes in locally sourced, organic fruits and vegetables, with an expanded selection of dry goods and household items for Oxbow Public Market customers. Oxbow Greens & Goods will now offer Hudson Vineyards wines for retail, and will continue to offer an increased selection of cut flowers from the Monkey Flower Group. The expanded juice bar will offer additional menu items, including toasted breads with a variety of house-made spreads, bone broths, prepackaged salads, and other seasonal, farm-based, and convenient grab-n-go offerings. Hudson Greens and Goods will also feature weekly tastings, featuring local farmers and purveyors.
HoursOpen Daily, 8 am-8 pm (juice bar open from 7:30 am-7 pm)
(707) 258-CAKE (2253)
Kara’s Cupcakes is where you’ll find sweet satisfaction. Cupcakes lovingly baked throughout the day in small batches using the finest ingredients sourced from local, sustainable, and whenever possible, organic producers. Kara’s cakes, baked and custom designed to order. And Kara’s specialty sweets, handmade using the quality ingredients enjoyed in their cupcakes.
Entering Kitchen Door, guests are embraced by the warmth and energy of the live wood-fired rotisserie and oven in Chef Todd Humphries’ kitchen. Famed for his forager’s eye, Humphries has stocked his kitchen with local and sourced mushrooms, both fresh and dried – including his favorite candy caps, mousserons, agaricus, morels grilled over wood, and whole roasted porcini. Kitchen Door features an ingredient-driven menu of handmade American comfort food, created with local and seasonal products, selected to complement wine regions and meant for sharing. Several of Chef Humphries signature dishes come off the wood fires – from the whole roasted rotisserie chicken or just the wings, wood roasted duch bahn mi, grilled Korean style short ribs and Lahmajune, an Armenian “fold and eat” flatbread baked fresh in the wood oven. Begin with mushroom soup or beef carpaccio and end with candy cap mushroom bread pudding or soft serve ice cream.
For close to 90 years, The Model Bakery has been part of the Napa Valley culinary scene, providing discerning and hungry residents and valley visitors the best breads, pastries and coffee at the original location on Main Street in St. Helena. In January 2008, The Model Bakery opened its second location at Oxbow Public Market, incorporating state-of-the-art equipment and ovens to create their world-class breads and baked goods. A family business, Karen Mitchell and her daughter, Sarah Mitchell Hansen, are dedicated to authentic, artisan baking traditions. Today’s Model Bakery specializes in artisan breads made with organic stone ground flours and the highest quality ingredients as well as a complete range of pastry products. Both locations offer Blue Bottle Coffee, delicious daily breakfast and lunch specials for dining in or take out, and other favorites such as their English muffin (featured on Food Network), chocolate “rad” cookies, cinnamon morning buns, gargantuan luncheon pizzas, a variety of daily salads and distinctive sandwich combinations, and much more. The Oxbow location offers a “late bake” — an afternoon bake of signature breads for consumer purchase and to supply the region’s best restaurants. Come see why The Model Bakery is well known as the Napa Valley’s hometown bakery.
Napastäk, Napa Valley is an epicurean boutique created by Lusine and Arthur Hartunian, co-owners of Napa Valley Distillery. At Napastäk's Oxbow location you'll find wonderful delectables sourced from Napa Valley and from far-away, exotic lands. We have everything to elevate your cooking and make your table shine! Come taste and explore with us.
Napa Valley Distillery is a family-owned and operated micro-distillery founded by Arthur and Lusine Hartunian out of their passion for premium, small-batch craft spirits and their love of the Napa Valley. Napa Valley Distillery features a unique variety of fruit-based distilled spirits, shrubs, tonics and syrups from around the world, as well as several brands of bitters that are not available anywhere in the U.S. Their flagship product is Napa Vodka Vintage Reserve, made entirely from Single Vintage Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc. They also make pre-prohibition era barrel-aged cocktails, like the Negroni and East India and seasonal liqueurs like their platinum medal-winning Meyer lemon liqueur. Napa Valley Distillery also stocks a large collection of authentic vintage bar ware from the early 1900s.
The Olive Press was the very first olive mill in Sonoma, California and was the brain child of a great man, Edward Stolman. Now known as the most highly awarded olive oil producer in the nation, The Olive Press is committed to producing the highest quality of olive oil along with an array of handmade artisanal products. Here you can find citrus crushed olive oils, balsamic vinegars, tapenades, dipping and infused olive oils, and lots of other artisanal goodies. Whether The Olive Press is producing its award-winning house made products, crushing olives for local wineries and estates, or accepting olives from small growers in the community, The Olive Press has a consistent mission: To run a business that promotes the growing of quality fruit, the quality care of that fruit, the quality harvest, the milling, the racking, the storing, the bottling, the education, and the eventual presentation and selling of this beautiful oil. From the sun, to the soil, to the branch, to the bottle, to you…The Olive Press remains committed to high quality olive oil..
Oxbow Cheese & Wine Merchant features a boutique assortment of wines from artisanal producers in Napa and around the world as well as a variety of delicious cheeses selected by its expert cheesemongers, for retail sale. Additionally, you can take a seat at the Wine Bar and savor an artisanal cheese board with a flight of selected wines, a fine draft beer, a charcuterie assortment, or whatever else whets your appetite from the wine bar menu.
Ritual Coffee Roasters provides fresh roasted beans, espresso drinks, pastries, and brewed coffee daily to Market visitors. The incredible quality of their coffee is attributed to the precise care Ritual takes with every step of the coffee process – from uncompromising selection of green coffee, to unflagging attention to roasting, from rigid freshness standards, to its strenuous barista training camp. Forty years ago, a cup of coffee was nothing more than a caffeine delivery vehicle. It didn’t really matter how it tasted (and often, it was very bad); it just had to slap you awake in the morning or prop you up through a long afternoon. But in the last decade, things have changed. A lot. Ritual has been a pioneer in this delicious shift in coffee consciousness since it opened it first doors in San Francisco in 2005 and started what some call a coffee revolution. Its goal then – and now – is to craft the very best cup of coffee available anywhere. Period.
Three Twins Ice Cream is about one thing – inconceivably delicious, organic ice cream produced in a sustainable manner. Proprietor Neal Gottlieb is passionate about his craft and operates one of the few certified organic “scoop shops” in the country, with all of the ingredients organic and local wherever possible. Three Twins starts with a simple base of milk, cream, sugar and eggs, sweetened with evaporated cane juice and other delicious ingredients for a tasty finish. What they don’t put in is just as important and what they do put in. Three Twins ice cream does not include the artificial colorings, flavors and stabilizers common in conventional and some organic brands. No corn syrup or seaweed derivatives here! Flavor comes first, whether it’s a classic favorite or a special only-from-Three Twins creation. Three Twins is proud to use compostable dishes made from sugar cane fiber, spoons made from potatoes, and cups made with PLA corn plastic – all in an effort to minimize the waste. In addition, Three Twins gives back to environmental non-profits through its affiliation with 1% For The Planet, a group of over 200 businesses that give at least 1% of their sales, regardless of profitability, to environmental efforts.
Ronit and Shuli Madmone source out the best spices from around the world, import only the freshest products and then custom grind where required. They also create custom blends of spices you won’t find anywhere else. Nearly 30 percent of their spices are certified organic. From the usual to the exotic, allspice to vanilla and ajowan to zhug, Whole Spice also offers a broad scope of salts and mushroom powders. Both Ronit and Shuli spend extensive time onsite, educating and sharing tastes and recipes with customers. They have more than 300 different spices and 50-60 blends available, both bulk and pre-packaged, and all in small quantities to ensure freshness.