At each end of the Napa Valley there is a Gott’s Roadside restaurant – one in St. Helena and one in Napa. We ate at the Napa location on First Street, next to the Oxbow Market and Wine Train. Gott’s is a hamburger joint that uses artisanal and fresh ingredients from their own garden.
I had the Wisconsin Sourdough – 100% family farm raised beef, griddled mushrooms, bacon, cheddar cheese, mayo and barbecue sauce, on toasted sourdough rounds and chili-dusted sweet potato fries washed down with an Anchor Steam beer.
With all the fancy French restaurants in Napa, it’s a nice break on the wallet and stomach to have something simple like a burger. You can’t go wrong at Gott’s.