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BottleRock Food

One of the vendors at this weekend's BottleRock Napa Valley is Oakville Grocery. Those hungry for this Oakville Crabcake with Beelers Bacon, Red Fresno Chile Relish and Romaine Lettuce on a torpedo roll should line up at their booth.

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In addition to three days of music, BottleRock Napa Valley 2014 this coming weekend is poised to deliver a lineup of Napa Valley’s acclaimed chefs, restaurants and wineries for a food and beverage experience as impressive as the talent coming to Napa Valley Expo.

Just a few blocks from downtown Napa, more than 60 artists will hold forth on four stages, surrounded by vintners like Miner Family Winery, Cakebread Cellars and Schramsberg and restaurants including Morimoto Napa, Angele, the Thomas and Oakville Grocery. Well-known chefs Ken Frank of La Toque, Richard Reddington of Redd, and Oenotri’s Tyler Rodde headline the culinary stage in the Platinum Lounge with master sommeliers pouring reserve wines.

“BottleRock Napa Valley is all about blending great music, food and wine ... it really is a feast for your senses,” said Latitude 38 CEO David Graham. “Fans will experience rock stars on so many levels — top chefs and culinary superstars, world-class winemakers and amazing musicians all rocking out together making BottleRock totally unique. There’s just no other music festival that matches the quality of wine and food offerings BottleRock provides.”

With a craft brew garden, restaurant garden, food truck rally and wine cabanas and full bars conveniently located all across the 26-acre festival grounds, guests will find no shortage of opportunity to wine and dine BottleRock Napa Valley-style.

Dozens of wineries will be pouring their best: Miner Family Winery, City Winery, Del Dotto Family Vineyards, Cakebread Cellars, Clos Du Val, Mi Sueno, Schug Winery, Schramsberg, Rombauer, Clif Lede Vineyards, Cairdean Estate, Hill Family Estate, Ceja Vineyards, Bello Family Winery, Flora Springs, Jamieson Ranch, Layer Cake, Vintage Point, V Sattui and Gia by Gia Coppola among others will be serving up their latest bottlings.

Culinary offerings at the festival will come from Morimoto Napa, Angèle, The Thomas, Allegria, Ca’ Momi, La Condesa, Oakville Grocery, Tarla Mediterranean Grill, Whole Foods, Villa Corona, Eiko’s, Fume Bistro, Napkins Bar and Grill, Il Posto Trattoria, Nick’s Cove and food trucks like Bacon Bacon, Curry Up More, among others. Offerings take the world tour, with barbecue, fried chicken, Japanese, Indian, Italian, Spanish, Mexican, Mediterranean, vegan, Vietnamese, vegetarian and more.

Here’s just a few of the items being offered:

Morimoto Napa — Wagyu Flatbread with Flat Iron Steak, Scallion Pancake and Asian Slaw; Assorted Vegetarian Sushi; California Roll.

Angele — Classic Cheeseburger with French Fries.

The Thomas and Fagiani’s Bar — Chile Braised Pork Sandwich with Cotija Cheese and Pickled Tomatillo Relish.

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The Q Restaurant and Bar — Memphis Style Pulled Pork Sandwich with Coleslaw and Q Sauce; Fried Chicken Breast Sandwich with Pepper Vinegar Coleslaw.

La Condesa — Oak Grilled Street Corn with Cotija Cheese and Aleppo Chile.

Oakville Grocery — Oakville Crabcake, Beelers Bacon, Red Fresno Chile Relish, Romaine Lettuce on Torpedo Roll.

The Toshiba Main stage includes a VIP and Platinum passholder viewing and village with more offerings in the VIP and Platinum only lounges. All festival bars are stocked with pours from title wine sponsor Miner Family Winery, beers including Blue Moon, Lagunitas, Anchor Steam, and Coors Light along with artisanal cocktails made with premium spirits including Reyka Icelandic Vodka and Sailor Jerry’s Rum. The microbrew garden will feature 20 craft brews including local favorites Napa Point and Napa Smith breweries.