NAPA OXBOW PUBLIC MARKET
Oxbow Public Market, located in the Oxbow District of Napa, is a wonderful, hidden surprise in Napa Valley. It is a market open to the public and a place for great food and wine in downtown Napa and throughout the Napa Valley. It is a modern 40,000 square foot marketplace, which includes a scenic outdoor deck with seating along the Napa River. The market features local food vendors, artisan cafes, bakeries, shopping and an organic produce outlet for local farms. It is wonderful little treat in this beautiful California wine region.
Affordable modern market with food, bakeries and local artisans
Tucked away location in Napa Valley east of the Napa River
The service just about everywhere is welcoming and happy
Fun, casual shopping, delicious food, great bakeries
NAPA VALLEY, CA
Various hotels, resorts and B & Bs are located throughout Napa Valley
Reasonable for Napa, many options
Great service in most places
Great Napa Location, busy, lively
Great, California walking experience, relaxed and fun
The overall experience is an unexpected treat, casual andenjoyable. There are delicious food vendors, pretty vineyards on the way and just a fun little half day hidden gem to explore in this pretty town.
OXBOW PUBLIC MARKET NAPA VALLEY
Located across the Napa River, an unexpected surprise awaits you in the Oxbow Public Market in Napa. We found it by driving one day through Downtown Napa, and saying lets see what's on the other side of that river. We were pleasantly surprised to see a warehouse loft, modern building brimming with people.
The industrial, modern and pretty market features local food vendors, artisan cafes and an organic produce outlet for local farms. It has wine vendors, a full oyster bar, bakeries, olive oil, chocolates and so much more. The Public Market is a great mixture of organic and/or sustainably-produced local crops, other regional specialties, and other high quality and unique food products. It also actively supports sustainable and organic farming practices, owner-operated businesses, local food producers and the agricultural community of the Napa Valley and surrounding regions.
It is a manageable walkable experience. You can grab a pizza or sandwich, or oysters, sit at a communal or private table and people watch. Then walk along and peruse the different vendors and shops. Don't forget to check out the cupcakes and chocolates, you'll be in for a treat.