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Oxbow Public Market, Napa
(4.5/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Under one roof, Oxbow Public Market features local vendors, specialty food shops, cafes, and an outlet selling organic produce from local farms. The market promotes sustainable agriculture and eating local foods, and it aims to improve the food culture through education and community. You'll find foods like crepes, fresh produce, cheeses, seafood, fresh bread, wine, beer, and much more. You can shop for meal components, including fresh vegetables, meat, or fish, or opt for a full meal from one of the artisan cafes. The small indoor market also has an outdoor seating area next to the Napa River. Since this is part of Napa Valley, don't leave without sampling some wine. Using our online itinerary creator, Napa attractions like Oxbow Public Market can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • This is a cute market with everything you need for culinary in one stop. So many independent stores and the staff are amazingly helpful and knowledgeable. Oysters and Fishman stews is to die for at Ho...  more »
  • Next to Gott's, the indoor market has several stalls selling everything from handmade soap, olive oil, groceries, sushi, cupcakes and more. 
  • From the reviews, I was expecting a larger venue with more shops. But it was a pleasant place to spend a few hours. Very modern and clean, with interesting food vendors. Restrooms were also nice. 
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  • It's a pretty cool location. A whole bunch of niche stores, tasty food and even a tap room! Definitely worth a stop. Loses a start cause it's kinda pricey though.
  • Had a great time walking through the market! Restaurants, shops – both practical and touristy ones. We ended up going through 2-different times. Very worth a stop as a tourist to either eat or shop for curiosities or souvenirs.
  • I love this place. So many great local delights and flavors to try out. Being from New Mexico, we don't have anything like this, so wish I could take it back home with me. Can't wait to come back again.
  • A great place to stop by for an afternoon, full of fun shops and delicious food. Plenty of great free samples to enjoy as well! If you're making a trip to Napa, you definitely want to come by Oxbow Public Market.
  • This place is simply amazing. It reminds me of the Anaheim Packing District down in SoCal. But, my girlfriend and I have been here twice. Once last year for my mom's birthday, where we enjoyed an Asian-American Fusion cuisine at Kitchen Door. I remember taking a bite of my girlfriend's banh mi (vietnamese sandwich) and it was fabulous. The only con about it was the bread from what I remember. Anyway, we recently came back and went to Hog Island instead. We're a little bit crazy when it comes to oysters. We shared the chowder, grilled cheese (recommended because of the cheese, of course) and 24 oysters. Our first round of oysters, we made sure to get a variety so we could try all, but picked our top choice and got another 12...Typically, don't recommend eating that many in one seating, but it was our weekend getaway. So, give us a break.