• City Winery Napa Offers Extensive Private Event Space

    POSTED December 15, 2014
City Winery Napa at the Historic Napa Valley Opera House is both a performance venue and a distinctive option with numerous private event spaces for meetings, events, and celebrations alike. With a private dining room, main theatre, restaurant, tap room bar, and patio all with varying seating and layout opportunities, this location has a lot to offer.
The Private Dining Room accommodates for 30 seated and the balcony can hold 50 seated or 70 for cocktail receptions. The ADA-accessible space on the second floor overlooks the Napa Oxbow Commons Park, has backstage access and features amenities for presentation purposes as well as varying furniture configurations for optimal space usage.
The main theatre, recently restored, features high ceilings, stage access, and a state of the art sound system just to name a few. The space can accommodate for 200 seated guests or 180 seated with dance floor and up to 300 for cocktail receptions.
The Restaurant and Tap Room Bar on the main floor has beautiful brick covered ceilings and can accommodate for 70 seated guests or 150 standing.
The Patio, which also overlooks Napa Oxbow Commons Park as well as the Napa River, can combine with the Restaurant and Tap Room Bar for an additional 40 seated and 55 standing.
All of the private event spaces are supported by Chef Joseph Panarello, a veteran of the industry, and serve top local products from the area. The staff at City Winery Napa are available to make sure plans are executed successfully as well as to offer referrals for florist, entertainment, lodging and more.

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