Named one of California’s most charming small towns, Winters has a quaint, walkable downtown with farm-to-table restaurants, wineries, and shops. Stay and savor the charm!
Winters is a food-lover’s paradise, with local restaurants showing off the bounty of the surrounding farmland. From elegant special-occasion restaurants to laid-back cafes and pizzerias, the food scene in Winters is unparalleled. Some options in the downtown area include Preserve; which showcases seasonal, locally sourced ingredients; Putah Creek Café, known for indulgent breakfasts; and Carboni’s Ristorante, featuring pizza and pasta inspired by the local bounty. Winters is also home to the original Buckhorn Steakhouse, an old-school spot in a historic building. Those looking for something light can head to Steady Eddy’s or Upper Crust Baking Co.LEARN MORE
Hotel Winters is a boutique spa hotel in downtown Winters within walking distance of restaurants, tasting rooms, and shopping. It offers oversized guest rooms, a tranquil courtyard, a rooftop bar, a luxury spa, and onsite dining. Make sure to check out their special offers.
Built in 1905, Abbey House Inn is a charming retreat just a block from downtown. Lovingly restored and updated, it features a spacious dining area and parlor with an inviting wrap-around porch. Each room has its own bath and some have whirlpool tubs and fireplaces.
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott offers free Wi-Fi, a pool and fitness center, and delicious, fresh, and free breakfast. It features outstanding service, comfort, and conveniences at a great value.LEARN MORE
Edged by vineyards, Winters is a popular spot for wine tasting. Its downtown core is home to two tasting rooms: Berryessa Gap, which pours estate-grown wines in a cozy space, and Turkovich Family Wines, which has a lovely outdoor patio. Nearby is L’Apero Les Tois, which produces small-batch, low-alcohol aperitifs made from Berryessa Gap wines.
But tasting isn’t limited to wine. Winters is also home to one of the only craft distilleries in the region: Patio 29 Spirits, which turns out whiskey, gin and vodka. Those who prefer beer will be right at home at Hooby’s Brewing or Berryessa Brewing Co.LEARN MORE
There’s no shortage of things to do in Winters. Many wineries and farms offer behind-the-scenes tours, or you can pick your own bouquet at a flower farm. Outdoor lovers can head out for a hike or bike ride, or paddle along Putah Creek. You can even get a bird’s-eye view of the valley from a hot air balloon. Winters is also the starting point of the scenic Wines to Waves route along Highway 128, which passes by Putah Creek, Lake Berryessa and Lake Solano on its way to the Mendocino coast.
Events in Winters
There’s always something going on in Downtown Winters. Events include Fourth Friday Festival, live music, vendor fairs, and of course, the annual Holiday Tractor Parade, just to name a few.LEARN MORE
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