A Fine Grub Pub
Thank you for visiting our website. Located in the heart of Anderson Valley, The Buckhorn Boonville is the place to go for steaks, burgers, pizza, pasta and, of course, great local wines. We offer a comfortable, warm atmosphere and pride ourselves on our fine food and excellent service.
We carry over 40 local wines as well as fine wines from outside the region. Beer lovers will enjoy the great selection of 14 beers on tap as well as many great beers by the bottle.
If you are not familiar with our company and your first contact with us is online: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.
In brief, you should know the following about us: The Buckhorn Boonville was originally established in 1873 and while there have been many changes over the years it has become a favorite place for locals as well as visitors. Come enjoy a great glass of Pinot or Ale at the bar, a great meal in the dining room or sit outside in our beer garden.
Febuary - Decadent Mardi Gras Themed Dinner
Since 1990 Dan and Margaret Duckhorn have been driven to create the perfect "True Pinot Noir". They believe that the cool climate of the California Anderson Valley is the ideal place.
Now in 2018 The Goldeneye Winery has grown to be one the preeminent Pinot Noir's in North America. Not to mention simple a great place to visit with a backdropn of spectacular undulating hills and pristine vineyards.
Enjoy a decadent 4 course dinner with a French Mardi Gras theme. Sample the current release pinnacle wines. Including Paraduxx X2, Goldeneye Ten Degrees, and Canvasback Grand Passage.
6:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Friday, Feb 9, 2018
Venue: Paraduxx - 7257 Silverado Trail Napa Valley, CA
April - The Boonville Beer Festival
A new year heralds a whole new calendar of local events. One of the biggest events on that calendar is the 22nd annual legendary Boonville Beer Festival. To be held Saturday, April 28th 2018 at the Medicino County Fairgrounds.
One of the premier beer festivals on the West Coast. Hosted by the Anderson Valley Brewing Company since 1997. The festival showcases 80 breweries from across North America. With around 250 different beers there is plenty to choose from.
The festival has been growing from year to year and today includes live music performances on multiple stages along with locally sourced food and produce.
The proceeds of the festival are donated to charities in the local area and to date has raised well in excess of one million dollars.