First settled in 1834, the town of St. Helena has evolved from rural agricultural center, to thriving tourism base and a focus of Napa Valley’s general business and banking. “Napa Valley’s Main Street,” as the town is often called, hosts an abundance of inns, galleries, boutiques and fine dining restaurants. Life for its approximately 6,000 residents is considered idyllic, with an overall ambiance of relaxed sophistication. The main thoroughfare is lined with Sycamore trees, marching north past well-kept residences, including many well over 100 years old.
Just beyond lies the CIA at Greystone, California campus of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America.
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