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Oenotri | Napa

Delicious praise well worth it at casual, authentic Italian eatery with real Sicilian-style pizzas

Jeff Kan Lee/PD
Jeff Kan Lee/PD

There’s a reason Napa newcomer Oenotri has been showered with critical praise. It’s just that good.  Despite humble beginnings (Cheesecake Factory), Curtis Di Fede and Tyler Rodde (co-exec chefs) have serious chops (Oliveto, Fat Duck) and are among the top salumists in the Bay Area (no small feat). The chefs cast a light on under-represented Italian regions including Siciliy, Campania and Puglia. The pizzas are unparalleled, using Italian 00 flour and a wood-fueled Acino oven from Naples. Homemade pastas are outstanding. Leave room for weep-worthy seasonal panna cotta.

1425 First St., Napa, 252-1022.

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