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Napa Valley Grille Reopens March 30 in Westwood Following $2 Million Renovation

The 15 year old restaurant returns

Construction inside Napa Valley Grille, Westwood
Construction inside Napa Valley Grille, Westwood
Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Westwood dining staple Napa Valley Grille is ready for its big comeback, following a temporary remodel that sent the place under the knife late last year. Right on schedule they’ve returned, with a planned re-arrival date of March 30.

The 15 year-old restaurant has been an anchor to the Westwood neighborhood almost since it opened, but with changing demographics (and the simple wear and tear of time) the place was due for a refresh. Some $2 million later and ownership has gotten just that, with lots of stone, copper, and wood getting thrown around. There’s also a private dining room and a new lounge area on the large patio outside.

As for food, it’s much the same. Expect a lot of classic flavors like seasonal pastas, steaks, and other California-centric options, plus a full beer, wine, and cocktail menu. New executive chef Adrian Vela comes by way of Cafe del Rey, and will oversee some small changes to the options there.

Napa Valley Grille reopens on Wednesday, March 30 for lunch and dinner only, but will add brunch shortly thereafter.

Napa Valley Grille
1100 Glendon Ave #100
Los Angeles, CA