Napa Valley Shopping: Enjoy What Wine Country Has to Offer

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While Napa Valley is the number one destination for wine lovers, there are many other activities to enjoy in between tastings. Shopping is a nice, relaxing way to enjoy the area. From women’s clothing to food, there is something for everyone and we’ve compiled a list of interesting shops and places to explore.


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Oxbow Public Market
610 & 644 1st St.
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 226-6529
Yelp: 4.5 stars, 686 reviews

Indecisive about what to eat for lunch or dinner? Head over to Oxbow Public Market where vendors of all flavors fill the market. This 40,000 square foot marketplace features a diverse mixture of local food vendors, artisan cafes, Napa Valley wine producers, and an organic produce outlet for local farms. You could spend hours tasting olive oils and local wines, find local produce, fresh Italian pastries, pizzas, salamis, cheese, oysters, tacos, coffee, ice cream, sandwiches, and small plates. Insider tip: Try the rotisserie roasted duck tacos from C Casa.

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Napa’s Riverfront
4th St.
Napa, CA 94559

Find it all here along the Napa riverfront. Women’s clothing shops such as Cake Plate, Danielle, Helen Lyall Clothing for Women, and Marie Lyall Shoes. Men’s styles are represented as well with Scott Lyall for men and Sidestreet – Luxury Lifestyle Products. If you’re looking for gifts, try Amelia’s Gifts, Napa General Store, or Ivy, Twig, and Twine by Michael Holmes. Insider tip: After shopping, relax at the Spa and Napa Valley Inn.

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Napa Premium Outlets
629 Factory Store Dr.
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 226-9876
Yelp: 3 stars, 164 reviews

Everyone likes to save a little money when they shop. With stores such as Coach, Calvin Klein, Barney’s, J. Crew, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, to name just a few, Napa Premium Outlets are a nice stop for some retail therapy. Insider Tip: Join the VIP club for online coupons and other savings.

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Cake Plate Women’s Clothing
730 Main St.
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 226-2300

Founded by Lindsay Kroll and Paige Smith, Cake Plate provides retail therapy for the serious shopper with upscale brands such as Kate Spade, Trina Turk, and Tibi. Insider tip: Ready to wear your purchase out? The ladies at Cake Plate will steam your dress for free.

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The Napa Valley Toy Company
1388 1st St.
Napa, CA 94558
Yelp: 4 stars, 18 reviews

A little jewel of a toy store, The Napa Valley Toy Company is the perfect place to take kids or look for gifts for any youngster. A friendly staff is available to gift wrap. Insider tip: Check out their board game aisle, which include fun adult games as well.


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The Shops at the Marketplace
6525 Washington St.
Yountville, CA 94599
(707) 944-2451
Yelp: 3 stars, 26 reviews

V Marketplace has it all—local merchants representing everything from fine dining to art galleries, apparel, and Napa themed gift shops. The layout and grounds are beautiful with fountains and grass areas to enjoy a break from wine tasting. Insider tip: Buy picnic supplies inside and enjoy outside in the sunny lawn.

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Pearl Wonderful Clothing
1219C Main St.
St Helena, CA 94574
(707) 963-3236
Yelp: 4 stars, 8 reviews

Upscale clothing for the shopping enthusiast, Pearl hosts designers such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Theory, Philip Lim, Joie, and Vince. Be sure to check out the locally made jewelry, home accessories, and cosmetics line. Insider tip: Delicious homemade cookies are often on hand as a treat for hungry shoppers.

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Martin Showroom
1350 Main St
St Helena, CA 94574
Yelp: 4.5 stars, 3 reviews

Eclectic and hip, Martin Showroom is a combination of steam punk accessories, furniture, and art gallery finds. Big and small, there is something for everyone’s taste. Insider tip: The store is closed Sundays and Mondays.


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Napa Valley Depot Railroad Station
1458 Lincoln Ave.
Calistoga, CA 94515

Although known as the largest spa city in the nation, Calistoga also hosts the second oldest remaining railroad station. Now filled with shops for gifts and wine, the Napa Valley Depot Railroad Station is worth a visit after a nice walk along Lincoln Ave. Insider tip: Don’t miss the six Pullman railroad cars alongside the Depot, which have also been converted into local shops.

Looking for more activities in Napa Valley? Browse our things to do section to discover all the fun Napa Valley has to offer.