Cole's Shop House featured in Food Network "Top Places to Eat"!
Mar 9th, 2016
Few food-and-wine pairings beat a big red wine with a hearty steak. And this classic American steakhouse has just the right cuts to pair with its 22-page list of Napa’s best wines. The structure, built in 1886, features the original open-truss ceiling, native stones and Douglas fir floors. While the meat rivals its grade-A counterparts in Chicago and NYC, no big-city edifice could compare to Cole’s rustic design. The best-sellers are Cole’s “Famous” USDA Prime 21-day Chicago dry-aged New York strips and porterhouse steaks. There are also some great Creekstone Farms Natural Black Angus rib eyes and filets mignon. The menu is rounded out with traditional sides such as creamed spinach, baked potatoes, thin-sliced onion rings and asparagus with hollandaise. For guests with their own favorite pairings, corkage is $30 per bottle.
You may be able to get a decent steak at some restaurants, but to have a truly great steak experience, seek out a genuine steakhouse. Cole’s Chop House in downtown Napa is the tried-and-true great steakhouse, capturing the essence of fine dining down to every last detail. Accolades abound from...