Three new restaurants come to the Napa area

September 10, 2012 by  

Four fresh and exciting restaurants have recently opened in the Napa area, offering Napa and local residents a wide variety of menu items to tempt almost any pallet.

As Wood Grill and Wine Bar, Onigilly, and Tout Sweet Patisserie move into the Napa are, local printing companies may be called upon for a variety of printing services. Business card printing and stationary printing are often necessary for a new business to establish itself in a particular area. Banner printing, poster printing, and flyer printing may also be utilized to advertise grand openings or special promotions.

Cindy Pawlcyn has converted the Brassica restaurant she has owned for the last year into a more casual food atmosphere and nicknamed it ‘CP’s’. In addition to the original wine program, Pawlcyn has added a jazz night each week. Food selections feature a more Americana feel and include such choices as eggplant fries, garden enchiladas, and crispy pork belly.

While Onigilly is no stranger to the area, Koji Kanematsu has taken his delicious cuisine to a downtown location with some help from La Cocina. Kanesmatsu and Ongilly have frequented various gatherings and farmers’ markets throughout the city but the restaurant and its signature Japanese rice balls now have a more permanent home.

Tout Sweet Patisserie, owned and operated by Yigiti Pura, is a European-style patisserie serving a wide variety of sweet and savory food fare. Pura, a pastry chef, is a winner of the hit show ‘Top Chef Desserts’. His signature pastry, Petit Tout Sweet, is a dark chocolate cake made without flour, layered and filled with chocolate mousse and milk jam.