The "Urban" restaurant and the newly-opened "Nadia O.F." follow the same culinary line. It is the only restaurant in Mendoza without a wine list as the owners want to promote wine culture by suggesting guests to bring their own wine and share it with others. It offers a six-course gourmet menu. Each menu is inspired by locally-grown and in-season products. In the kitchen, each dish follows meticulously three premises: perfect cooking, sophisticated presentation and texture combinations.
Wine Tourism Restaurants
Relaxed atmosphere, stunning views and a great choice of food makes ‘La Casa del Visitante’ a consistently excellent vineyard restaurant. You can choose between a traditional meal of empanadas and traditional Argentinean barbecue or a tasting menu of seasonal dishes, all accompanied by some of Argentina’s most exciting wines. There’s even an afternoon tea over summer weekends, where you can enjoy hot drinks and cakes while surrounded by vineyards and mountains.
Located at Regua’s Railway Wharehouse, Castas e Pratos it’s a restaurant that provides the perfect combination between history and modernity. With 58 seated places we are able to serve those who visits us along the year. In our Lounge space we can also provide different services as wine tasting or a simple visit.
Largo do Paço is a Michelin star restaurant with a unique but cosy environment and a professional team eager to satisfy. The cuisine is made of typical flavours with fresh products and seeks to balance the offer menus between traditional and contemporary, simple and sophisticated styles, always served with best wine of its winery selection. It also devotes efforts to highlight its Portuguese roots.Largo do Paço is in Casa da Calçada, an extraordinary boutique hotel, member of Relais & Châteaux
The DOC is the great restaurant of the Douro, at regional and national level, integrating the main gastronomic guide of the country, the newspaper Expresso. It works in a building and a stunning setting and has a capacity of about 65 people, not counting the terrace lounge. Offers a catering service and has served the most important culinary and wine events. Rui Paula is the chef and owner and a practicing ethnic cuisine with a strong emotional connection to wine.
The Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant offers a menu inspired by the bounty of Napa Valley with seasonal ingredients sourced from the CIA’s own farms and other local purveyors. During their final semester and under the guidance of CIA instructors, students prepare and serve the innovative menu, as well as give insight into the wine and cocktail menus. Diners enjoy the premium CIA hospitality, while the spectacular landscape and vineyard views set the stage for a rich and satisfying dining experience.
La Toque is Chef Ken Frank’s award winning restaurant located at The Westin Verasa Napa, in Napa California. The innovative design by CCS Architecture of San Francisco features a gleaming show kitchen so guests can observe the culinary brigade in action and a beautiful marble sommelier station in the dining room to showcase the wines chosen for the nights wine pairings. A series of tall doors on either side of the stacked stone fireplace opens to an elegant patio with an additional forty seats
This unusual and top quality restaurant shows just how innovative the Napa Valley can be. Among some serious competition, this stood out for its wonderful setting, in an antique train that runs on 25-mile track through the Napa Valley, as well as its fresh seasonal ingredients. The train has three kitchens that create regional specialties, and serves them with hard to find wines.
The Urban restaurant at O. Fournier is found within the Visitors Center of O.Fournier winery. The restaurants glass cubicle structure floating over a reflective mirror of water, together with its clean and minimalist decoration, enable up to 80 guests to admire the Andes mountain range from any angle. On warm days we move the restaurant to the deck where one can have lunch on the edge of the lake
The restaurant, in the meantime run in the fifth generation, can seat 48 guests in friendly modern surroundings, uniting elegance with over a hundred years of wine tradition. The combination of historic charm and informality has gained it the nickname 'Mainz Living Room.' The kitchen backs continuity and regionalism and the wine list includes over 150 great wines from the region.