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Kenzo Napa Announces To-Go Menu
April 15, 2020

For Immediate Release

Michelin Star Kenzo Napa Restaurant Announces Online Ordering for Take-Out Items

Kenzo Napa announces today a new, exciting menu available for takeout, ordered online via the website, or by calling or emailing the restaurant.

New items include a choice of two Bento Boxes ($50), unusual Bowls (varies), and a la carte items that create excitement over dining-at-home. In addition to the new menu options, optimized for packaging and take-out, guests can choose from the full range of Kenzo Estate wines in half and full bottles, plus a unique selection of paired sakes.

Details and menu options are available via link found at 

Kenzo Napa to Close Dining Room Temporarily
April 2020

Kenzo & Natsuko Tsujimoto request the dining room's closure in response to the international health emergency. During the month of May, Kenzo Napa will remain closed for seated dining until official safety organizations advise otherwise, and appropriate measures are taken to ensure the safety and well being of guests and staff. The restaurant successfully launched a takeout menu mid-April. Link to this to-go menu on Kenzo Napa's home page. Staff remains responsive to calls and emails -- regarding reservations, future visits, or any questions you may have. Please don't hesitate to get in touch as a staff member is ready to help with bookings and orders. Please check this area for news and updates, and follow KenzoNapa  on Facebook or Instagram.

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CSQ Magazine
November 2019

The CSQ Complete Guide to Napa Valley: "California’s most established wine region feels fresh thanks to a slew of new hotels, shops, restaurants, and of course, wineries." 

Kenzo Napa is selected among the "10 Best Napa Restaurants to eat at right now"

"Elevated Dining" outlines outstanding Michelin-starred restaurants in the Valley

Kenzo Napa receives a second consecutive Wine Spectator Restaurant Award of Excellence.

Kenzo Napa is one of 90 prestigious restaurants highlighted with stars in the inaugural MICHELIN Guide California.

"Part peaceful sanctuary, part gastronomic temple," says Fran Miller of Kenzo Napa in Walnut Creek Magazine.

Writer Fran Miller features Kenzo Napa owners, philosophy and menu in “Of Muses and Michelin Stars."

Kenzo Napa featured in the list: “10 Best Spots for Fine Dining in Napa Valley”.

Editor-in-Chief Laura Levy Shatkin names Kenzo Napa’s cuisine as part of a hot culinary movement in Wine Country.  

Kenzo restaurant's kaiseki dining included in their luxurious "Napa Valley Weekend Itinerary."

Napa Valley, and Kenzo Napa, part of the “20 American Cities with the Best Food Scenes” list!

Napa Valley, and Kenzo Napa, part of the “20 American Cities with the Best Food Scenes” list!

Kenzo Napa included in “The Comprehensive Insider’s Guide to Wine Country.”

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