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Taste the Best the City Has to Offer at Napa Valley Grille

 

’Tis the season for delicious food at your favorite local restaurant, Napa Valley Grille. Located in the heart of Westwood, this establishment brings out the best Los Angeles has to offer. Napa Valley Grille is offering an inspired “fall” three-course lunch menu for just $15 per person. With delicious desserts, hearty menu options and tasty flatbreads, they are sure to keep you coming back for more. This offer is available for all customers on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., perfect for anyone looking to try something new.

The location is ideal for any occasion: a business lunch meeting, a nice lunch break with friends or an intimate dinner with a loved one. Wonderful ambiance and scenery allow customers to enjoy people watching, reading on the patio and a pleasant stroll down to Rodeo Drive for some holiday shopping. Executive Chef Adrian Vela brings the best seasonal cuisine the city has to offer, accompanied by delicious wine inspired by the West Coast reign that is hand delivered from local and regional farms.

One of the restaurant’s best attributes is their excellent customer service and people skills. My guest and I were greeted by Nick and escorted to our table within minutes of arriving. Jonathan, our server, was very attentive and made us feel welcomed. He started us off with their house bread and a few glasses of water to get us going. After a few minutes, he took our order, and the rest was history.

The Harvest Vegetable Salad was the perfect start to a lovely afternoon. If you love avocado, cucumber, goat cheese, chicory and farro, then this salad is the right choice for you. The salad was very tasty and had a pleasant crunch from the farro; the goat cheese brought the entire dish together. Next, we had the Chickpea & Pasta Soup. The broth was like nothing I’ve tasted before; the fresh herbs and parmesan gave the broth a rich taste. The soup was just ideal for the cold weather outside.

 

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The second course included their flatbread, the spicy shrimp and capellini pasta, steak sandwich and the Chinook salmon tranche. For someone trying to watch her calorie intake, the Chinook salmon tranche was a no-brainer. The salmon was cooked to perfection, nestled in the cauliflower and broccoli with a creamy cheese that just melted in my mouth.

Another favorite was the Sicilian farm flatbread, topped with fresh herbs, eggplant, wild mushrooms mozzarella, tomatoes and salami. It had all the elements you look for in a flatbread. The crust had the perfect crunch, and every bite had a burst of flavor from each ingredient. As we finished our second course, more and more people started to fill the restaurant. You could hear the laughter in the room, and you knew everyone was enjoying their lunch with family and friends.

A pumpkin and fig flan and gelato were given to us for dessert. The gelato sat atop a crumbled crust that tasted like grandma’s homemade pumpkin pie – a burst of seasonal spices and a beautiful display of their fall menu. It was the perfect closing to a perfect afternoon.

From location to food and excellent customer service, you can rest assured that you won’t be disappointed. This holiday season, make sure to give Napa Valley Grille a visit and enjoy a beautiful atmosphere with good friends and good quality food!

Napa Valley Grille is located at 1100 Glendon Ave., #100, Los Angeles 90024. For reservations and more information, call (310) 824-3322 or visit napavalleygrille.com.

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