Somebody Feed Phil – Napa Valley Itinerary
Netflix: Season 4
Less than 2 hours away from San Francisco is one of the renowned wine regions of the world, Napa Valley. Phil Rosenthal makes a trip up to visit his friend, Chef Thomas Keller, and to explore his empire of restaurants, including the famed French Laundry. See the episode recap of the list of locations, restaurants, and attractions he visited on the show for the best of what to do in Napa Valley.
For Part 1: Somebody Feed Phil: San Francisco Itinerary
1. French Laundry
6640 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599
Phil meets with his friend and legendary chef Thomas Keller as they tour his assortment of restaurants in Napa Valley. They begin at his signature, 3-Michelin starred outpost, the French Laundry. Phil is led to the kitchen where he gets a glimpse into how some of the famed dishes are created while enjoying a glass of wine.
Oysters & pearl - with osetra caviar
6534 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599
The next stop is the more casual, but still 1-Michelin starred, French bistro named Bouchon. It was created by Thomas Keller as a place for chefs to go after dinner service, as everything in the area closed by 9pm.
Steak frites with caramelized shallots
3. Bouchon Bakery
6528 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599
They then stop by Bouchon Bakery, where Phil gets a lesson in pastry making. He lends a hand to make the fuhgeddaboutit, which is a Rice Krispie treat with a caramel layer dipped in milk chocolate and sprinkled with fleur de sel. He also tries his hand at making epi bread, which requires 11 cuts to make 12 perfectly proportioned pieces.