Tuesday, November 29, 2011

11/29 Hurley's Restaurant & Bar, 20th Anniversary of Winter Wineland

11/29 What's Cookin' Today

Bob Hurley, Owner Hurley's Restaurant & Bar, Is Sharing With Us His New Additions To Their Already Great Menu

Hurley's Restaurant & Bar is in the town of Yountville located in the heart of Napa Valley. The restaurant has a welcoming atmosphere where great food, wine and service come together. Executive Chef/owner, Bob Hurley combines fresh ingredients with a little Mediterranean flair to create a local California cuisine high in flavor. Wrought iron fencing encloses a large, heated patio for casual dining. Relax and enjoy a drink at the lively bar that is graced by warm mahogany and amber lighting. The Dining Room, highlighted by a stone fireplace, is a favorite among locals and winemakers. Bob Hurley has expanded his popular all-day menu to include late night dining . The menu can be enjoyed nightly from 9pm to midnight on the heated patio and also in the bar. Hurley's has the perfect dining areas for groups of varying sizes. The hospitality staff will be happy to assist you with your next party.

Beth Costa As The Executive Director Of "Wine Road" The 20th Anniversary Of Winter Wineland, Talks To Us About Enjoying Art & Wine

Winding through some of the most picturesque wine country in California, Wine Road, Northern Sonoma County, takes visitors on a sensually gratifying journey of natural beauty, sublime tasting experiences and memorable personal encounters with the state’s most devoted and individualistic winemakers. Even for veteran wine travelers already well acquainted with California wine country, Wine Road is likely to be uncharted territory, sure to imbue a fresh sense of discovery. Along the way are some of California’s oldest wineries, run by vintners whose commitment to tending the vines and producing world-class wines, true to the appellation, runs back generations.

Founded more than 30 years ago, Wine Road is an association of wineries and lodgings in the Alexander, Dry Creek, and Russian River Valleys of Northern Sonoma County. From its modest beginning as an organization of nine wineries, it has grown into a spirited constellation of more than 150 wineries and 50 lodgings. It’s not actually a “road” in the sense of a single, continuous stretch of paved highway, but more of a treasure map to the many jewels nestled among the hills and valleys of a region where fresh air, fine wine and exquisite cuisine await those who traverse it.

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