Since 1969, restaurant, hotel, travel & other witty reviews by a handpicked, worldwide team of discerning professionals—and your views, too.

Ca' Momi Enoteca

610 First St. (Soscol Ave.) Send to Phone
707-257-4992 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Authentic Italian cuisine in the Oxbow Public Market.
Your Opinion
Add your own review

Local Deals: 120 * 90

Lunch & Dinner daily

* Click here for rating key

Ca' Momi Enoteca, Napa, CA

Ca' Momi Enoteca Restaurant Review

: Oxbow Public Market makes for enticing meanderings among vendors, who hawk everything from arepas to oysters. Ca’ Momi’s slot sprawls from an outdoor deck along the great hall’s eastern edge, to a wine tasting bar and dining lounge in the thick of the action. Dismiss the food court digs; this is a real restaurant, for now dreaming of vineyard-adjacent real estate. Sanctioned as Verace Pizza Napoletana, its 90-second, 900-degree wood-fired pies rank among the best in the North Bay. Ingredients are as local as the passionate owners’ gardens and otherwise hail from their mother country --- San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella di Bufala. Stifle any DIY urge to accessorize or substitute, given the just-right purity of the margherita or the cheeseless, sauceless lardo di Colonnata, a showcase for rosemary and cured, silky, aromatic ribbons of pig fat. Nibbles beyond pizza range from Italian anchovy crostini, to rich, creamy spätzle with herby Austrian speck. Secondi feature an oozing round of bacon-wrapped Tomino cheese, paired with roasted root vegetables in surprising harmony, or soft polenta with a slab of savory, roasted porchetta topped with cracklins. Bigné for dessert are a must, even boxed to-go. The pastry balls, drizzled with caramel and nuts, pack cold creams including chocolate and milk and honey. Reasonably priced estate wines reinforce Ca’ Momi’s personal touch.

User Ratings & Reviews for Ca' Momi Enoteca
Average rating    4
Reviews 1 - 1 of 11
Delicious Pizza
by JJohnson86 on Tue Jan 05, 2016 11:43 am
My boyfriend and I were curious about this place, as we'd seen their truck around town and heard from friends it was pretty delicious. We ordered the Porchetta pizza and had a couple of Italian sodas they offered by the bottle. The pizza was outstanding. We were so impressed by the quality of the ingredients and the speed at which the pizza was prepared. The downsides would be the price ($30 for a 4-piece personal sized pizza & 2 sodas), and their menu is INCREDIBLY difficult to read. The font is practically ineligible, and several customers waiting to order mentioned they were having the same issue reading the items. All around, I would definitely return based on the quality of the food, but at the price, we won't be visiting for a casual lunch. Great for date night!
Reviews 1 - 1 of 11


Discover the best female chefs, top pizzerias and stellar seafood restaurants with GAYOT's Top 10 lists of the best restaurants in America.