Napa's vintage-1880s opera theater houses a happening wine bar and restaurant downstairs, and 300-seat cabaret upstairs, hosting acts like Ginger Baker and Graham Nash. Opening hours vary, though it's usually open T…
Hosts live acoustic-only jazz, blues and cabaret nightly in summer (weekends in winter), and families are welcome because the cabaret doubles as an American-Italian restaurant (stick to pizza).
A cabaret-style wine-and-beer bar, Silo’s hosts jazz and rock acts Friday and Saturday nights; Wednesday and Thursday it’s good for drinks. Reservations recommended weekends.
This always-busy tavern and beer garden has town's most diverse live-music calendar, and sometimes hosts the likes of Jonathan Richman.
The plaza’s gorgeous 1934 Mission-revival cinema screens art-house and revival films, and sometimes live theater.
Big-name acts play this restored 1937 theater.
Dinner and a movie take on new meaning at this vintage-WWII Quonset hut converted to a cinema in 1950, with a concession stand serving gourmet hot dogs with a drink and chips for just $7. In 2014 they finally added …
Raucous roadhouse bar, off River Rd, 4 miles east of Guerneville, with eclectic lineup of live bands. Shows start 6pm Saturday and sometimes Friday and Sunday, too; check website.
Various artists, including Napa Valley Symphony, play this 1200-seat theater.
Hosts concerts, events and first-run art-house films.