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As the flagship restaurant of the accompanying Auberge du Soleil hotel, Auberge du Soleil Restaurant serves fabulous food every day. Venture in for breakfast any day of the week for delicious options such as the breakfast pizza with scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, and Napa-style eggs Benedict with Napa ham, English muffin and crisp sautéed potatoes. Served up between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m., breakfast at Auberge du Soleil Restaurant only gets better thanks to the restaurant’s stunning view of the neighboring vineyards. Keep in mind that you may want to have a smaller breakfast on the weekends and opt for brunch, served form 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
From Monday to Friday, you can enjoy a midday feast from Auberge du Soleil Restaurant’s irresistible lunch menu. Stop in between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to sample chef Robert Curry’s delightful dishes. The varied menu, with options such as a veal-and-lobster sandwich on brioche with prosciutto and pickled vegetables, means you really can’t go wrong. Add in a glass of wine from one of the neighboring vineyards and you’ve got yourself an afternoon delight.
Dinner, offered nightly between 5:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., is the main event at Auberge du Soleil Restaurant. Between the six-course tasting and four-course prix fixe menu, you’ll get to taste the epitome of fine dining. Each of the courses on the tasting menu at the Four-Star restaurant is paired with the perfect wine, giving you the very essence of the good life in Wine Country.