Napa Rose

Napa Rose is the Disneyland Resort's highest rated and reviewed restaurant. Headed by executive chef Andrew Sutton, the restaurant offers a frequently-changing menu of seasonally-inspired dishes; its award-winning food is matched by an impressive wine list focused on (though not exclusive to) California vineyards. In 2009, Napa Rose boasted 47 sommeliers, including 5 Advanced Level sommeliers, both believed to be more than any other restaurant in the world.

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  • Location: Just to the left of the gate to Disney's California Adventure.
  • Date Opened: January 2001
  • Seating: The restaurant's main dining room offers tables and a handful of booths, with tables at the windows providing a view into a nicely landscaped section of Disney California Adventure park. The restaurant has a chef's counter, with a total of 14 seats - Two groups of 4 at the main counter with a full view of the open kitchen, and a rarely-used group of 6 at the dessert station. Finally, the restaurant has a private dining room that can accommodate up to 30 people.
  • Service Type: Table service in the main restaurant. The restaurant also offers a full bar, the Napa Rose Lounge, with comfortable seating including one or two tables near a fireplace. A limited selection of appetizers are available in the Lounge. On very busy nights the Lounge is sometimes used as an overflow dining room.
  • Children's Meals: Yes
  • Vegetarian Options: Yes
  • Annual Pass Discount: No
  • Reservations: Reservations are available 60 days in advance and are highly recommended, especially if you wish to sit at the chef's counter and during peak/holiday season. While the Disney Dine Line (714-781-3463) accepts reservations for the restaurant, most Napa Rose regulars call the location directly (714-300-7170) to book, especially if they want specific seats at the chef's counter, or want to make reservations for a holiday meal. You can also make reservations in person at the location.
  • Dress Code: Napa Rose does not enforce a dress code, but as one of the nicest restaurants in the Resort, dressier attire is definitely appropriate. The restaurant attracts customers from all over the Southland, and it is not unusual to see couples or groups in formal attire.
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The selections at Napa Rose changes often.

Sampling of the 2014 Menu (Updated September 2014)

Starters and Salads

Pan Roasted Diver Scallops - On a sauce of lobster and lemon accented with vanilla. $22

Pappardelle Pasta - Tossed with Coastal Mushrooms, Applewood Bacon, Poached Petit Egg and Roma Tomato Sage Sauce. $18

Rabbit and Dumplings- Fricassee of Sonoma Rabit and Country Herb Dumplings.  $18

Carpaccio of American Buffalo - Fava Bean Tapenade Bresaola, White Turffle Oil and Shaved Carmody Cheese. $22

Signature Pizzetta of "La Quercia" smoked American prosciutto - Black Mission Fig, caramelized onions, & cambozola cheese. $15

Wood-fired Pizzetta of the Season - $15

Starters to Share

Seven Sparkling Sins - An array of tantilization featuring:  Spicy beef and cashew roll, curried crab taco, citrus-cured Salmon buckwheat blini, shrimp in cucumber wrap with lemon dill creme seared ahi nacho, lemon broiled scallop and grape leaves with pheasant for two.  $45

The Sizzling Beach Rock - A combination appetizer of garlic seared shrimp, soy glazed spare ribs, lemon grass chicken skewers cooked on a hot beach stone for two. $37

Salads and Soups

Smiling Tiger Salad - Tempura fried lobster, spicy beef, Asian greens and coconut-lime vinaigrette. $22

Select Baby Field Greens Salad - Marinated cucumbers with 20 year old imported Sherry vinaigrette.  $13

Late Summer Heirloom Tomato Salad - Goat Cheese, Pine Nuts, Candied Garlic and Sparrow Lane Golden Balsamic.  $15

Portobello Mushroom Bisque "Cappuccino" - with brandied thyme "froth."  $15

Market Seasonal Soup - $15

Main Courses

Orange Basil Grilled Seasonal Fish - Grilled Tender Octopus, Potatoes, Olives, Capers and Heirloom Tomatoes. Market Price

Pan Roasted Sustainable Fish - Laughing Bird Shrimp, Roasted Red Bell Pepper Fritters and Vaocado Aioli.  $42

"Maple Leaf Farms" Duck Breast - Spitzenberg Apple Coulis, Almond Gnocchi and Pomegranate. $40

Barbacoa of Berkshire Pork Loin - Green Garbanzo Beans, Charred Sweet Peppers and Sherry Romesco.  $42

Skillet Roasted Prime New York - Fiscalini Cheddar Tater Tots and House Made Worcestershire Sauce.  $45

Provencal Herb Roasted Colorado Rack of Lamb - Artichoke Bottoms, Poached Radish, Sugar Snaps and Cabernet Jus.  $44

Grilled Angus Beef Filet Mignon - Blistered Heirloom Tomato, Smoked Bacon, Fava Beans and Corn Essence.  $45



Sauteed Tender Green Beans - Dusted with Neuske's Ham and Mint.  $10
Baby Squash and Blistered Toy Box Tomatoes with Shaved Ricotta Salata.  $10
Truffled "Mac & Cheese" Orecchiette Pasta with Parmigiano-Reggiano - $12

The Vintner's Table - Four Course Prix Fixe

A chef's four course tasting menu inspired by the flavors of the season in the wine country.

Four-course vintner's menu is $100 per person. Add a flight of four wines, selected from the restaurant's expansive wine list, for $45 per person; the wine pairings are indicated below each course.

A flight of three non-alcoholic "wines" (Martinelli's Sparking Apple Cider; Navarro Vineyards Gewürztraminer and Navarro Vineyards Pinot Noir) is available for $15 per person.



Scharffen Berger Chocolate Pate -  $12

Warm Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake- $12

Orange Creme Fraiche Semifreddo with Marinated Black Mission Figs - $12

Peanut Butter Croquantine with Manjari Chocolate Ganache- $13

Warem Manjari Chocolate Truffle Cake -$14

Artisanal Ice Creams or Sorbets - Single Scoop - $3

Artisanal Ice Creams or Sorbets - Double Scoop - $6

Artisanal Ice Creams or Sorbets - Triple Scoop - $9

Diligently Selected Cheese - Eight domestic and imported cheeses with homemade fruit compotes, honeycomb, and artisan toasted bread - $17


Kids' Entrees

Grilled Prime Beef Tenderloin - With lemon-whipped potatoes and petit green beans. $13

Penne Pasta - Served with your choice of creamy quattro formaggi cheese sauce or fire-roasted roma tomato marinara. $8

Oak-Roasted Cheese Quesadilla - With Sonoma jack cheese and your choice of fresh fruit or French fries.  $8

Oak-Roasted Cheese Quesadilla with Free-Range Chicken Breast - With Sonoma jack cheese and your choice of fresh fruit or French Fries.  $12

Cheese PIzza with Our Fire-Roasted Roma Tomato Sauce - $8

Simply Buttered Noodles - $8

Roasted Free-Range Chicken Breast - With lemon-whipped potatoes and petit green beans.  $12

Sauteed Pacific Salmon - With steamed basmati rice and petit green beans.  $13


Kids' Desserts

Special Limited Edition Disney Princess Jewelry Box or Pirate Treasure Chest -  With a special surprise and an individual cake! $15

Balboa "Beach Sand" - A blue Tahitian vanilla bean creme brulee "ocean" with graham cracker "sand" and some fun fish and a beach umbrella. $7.50

Warm Freshly-baked Scharffen Berger Chocolate Brownie Sundae - With chocolate sauce, caramel, chantilly cream and a cherry. $7

Trilogy of Napa Rose Ice Creams- $9



Kids' Beverages

Homone-free Nonfat Milk, 2% or Whole Milk, $2.59

Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, or Fanta Orange Soda, $2.59

Assorted Juices - Apple, Orange, Cranberry, or Lemonade, $2.59

Martinelli Sparkling Cider, $5



Sparkling Wines

Scharffenberger, Brut, Mendocino County - $15

Domaine Chandon, Etoile, Brut Rose, California - $16

Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, Brut, Reims, France - $22


Red Wines


Tempranillo, Conde de Valdemar, Crianza, Rioja, Spain, $8.50

Tinto de Toro, Numanthia, Termes, Toro DO, Spain, $18

Valdiguie, J. Lohr Estate, "Wildflower," Monterey County, $8.50

Sangiovese, Castello di Bossi, Chianti Classico DOCG, Tuscany, Italy, $10

Sangiovese, Nozzole, Chianti Classico DOCG, Reserva, Tuscany, Italy, $15

Zinfandel, The Federalist Visionary, Dry Creek valley, $15.50

Zinfandel, Ridge, Benito Dusi Ranch, Paso Robles, $21

Syrah, Stolpman Vineyards, Santa Ynez Valley, $13

Syrah, La Braccesca, Bramasole, Cortona DOC, Tuscany, Italy, $20

Pinot Noir, MacMurray Ranch, Russian River Valley, $13

Pinot Noir, Domaine Chevrot, Hautes-Cotes De Beaune, Burgundy, France, $15

Pinot Noir, En Route by Far Niente, Les Pommiers, Russian River Valley, $25

Pinotage, Painted Wolf, Guillermo, Swartland, South Africa, $13

Malbec, Piattelli Vineyards, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoze Argentine, $11

Red Wine Blend, Black Pearl Vineyard, "Oro" Paarl, South Africa, $13

Red Wine Blend, Gaja, Sito Moresco, Langhe DOC, Piedmont, Italy, $35

Red Wine Blend, La Braccesca, Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano DOCG, Italy, $16

Red Wine Blend, Tablas Creek, Cotes de Tablas, Paso Robles, $20

Merlot, Ferrari-Carano, Sonoma County, $16

Merlot, Twomey, Napa Valley, $20

Merlot, Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley, $25

Claret, Chateau D'Arthus, Bordeaux, France, $9.50

Claret, Chateau Les Hauts-Conseillants, Lalande de Pomerol, France, $23

Claret, Flora Springs, Trilogy, Napa Valley, $23

Cabernet Sauvignon, Uppercut, Napa Valley, $10

Cabernet Sauvignon, Schweiger Vineyards, Spring Mountain District, $16

Cabernet Sauvignon, Eden Canyon Vineyards, Paso Robles, $18

Cabernet Sauvignon, Silverado Vineyards, Napa Valley,, $20

Cabernet Sauvignon, Peju Province, Napa Valley, $23

Cabernet Sauvignon, Faust, Napa Valley, $25

Cabernet Sauvignon, Silver Oak, Alexander Valley, $35

Cabernet Sauvignon, Nickel & Nickel, C.C. Ranch, Rutherford, $38

Cabernet Sauvignon, Stanton Vineyards, Oakville, $40



White Wines


"Serenity" by Brassfield Estate, High Serenity Ranch, High Valley, $10

Albarino, Nora, Rias Baixas DO, Galicia, Spain, $12.50

Chenin Blanc, Marc Bredif, Vouvray, France, $15

Fiano di Avellio DOCG, Feudi di San Gregorio, Campania, Italy, $12.50

Gruner Veltliner, Goberlsburger, Kamptal, Austria, $12.50

Gruner Veltiner, Zocker, Paragon Vineyard, Edna Valley, $13

Pinot Blanc, Prieler, Seeberg, Burgenland, Austria, $17.50

Pinot Gris, Trimbach, Reserve Personelle, Alsace, France, $15

Pinot Grigio, Livio Felluga, Collio DOC, Italy, $17

Pinot Grigio, Tenuta Polvaro, Venezia DOC, Italy, $11

Riesling, Pewsey Vale, Eden Valley, South Australia, $12

Riesling, Zilliken Estate, Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany, 9.75

Sauvignon Blanc, Whitehall Lane, Napa Valley, $10.50

Sauvignon Blanc, Grand Enclos Du Chateau de Cerons, Graves, France, $14

Sauvignon Blanc, Patient Cottat, Anciennes Vignes, Sancerre, Loire, France, $14

Sauvignon Blanc, Twomey, Napa & Sonoma County, $16

Ugni Blanc-Colombard, Domaine de Tariquet, Cotes de Gascogne, France, $7.50

White Wine Blend, Tablas Creed, Cotes de Tablas Blanc, Paso Robles, $17

Chardonnay, William Hill Estate, Central Coast, $7.50

Chardonnay, Chalone, Monterey County, $9.50

Chardonnay, Beaulieu Vineyards, Carneros, $11

Chardonnay, La Crema, Sonoma Coast, $12.75

Chardonnay, Baileyana, Grand Firepeak Cuvee, Edna Valley>, $15

Chardonnay, Domaine Des Moirots, Montagny 1er Cru, Burgundy, France, $17

Chardonnay, Domaine William Fevre, Chablis, France, $19

Chardonnay, Far Niente, Napa Valley, $22


Blush Wines

Dry Rose, Sofia, Rose of Pinot Noir, Monterey County, $9

White Zinfandel, Woodbridge, California, $6


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Average Reviewer Rating: 4.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 54.5 out of 5
Number of Grand Californian Hotel - Napa Rose Reviews: 16
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5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   March 13, 2009
Reviewer: Mouseketeer1955 California     August 11, 2010
If you are planning a trip to Disneyland, to celebrate something significant in your life, I would recommend "The Napa Rose" at "The Grand Californian Hotel".

It's been nearly one and a half years, but I thought I would share my experience there nonetheless. For my wife's birthday and our 29th wedding anniversary, I decided that we should spend a few days at Disneyland. In planning this event, I decided to pull out the stops and I decided that we would do something awesome, so I reserved seats at the "Chef's Counter at Napa Rose on her birthday.

When we arrived, we waited only a few minutes and were then taken to our seats. The Chef's counter is exactly as the term implies. We actually sat at the counter looking into the kitchen and watched all of the very capable chefs as they prepared dishes for their guests. Shortly after we were seated, we were asked what type of wine we preferred and the wine steward kept our glasses filled with our favorite, White Zinfandel from Woodbridge wineries. We were then introduced to Executive Chef Andrew Sutton who asked us about food allergies and preferences. I'm not a big fan of fish and that's important but I'm getting ahead of myself.

My wife loves to cook and bake, so Chef Sutton and her were having a grand time talking about stuff that was over my head. I'm not stupid and if you talk to me about firearms, scuba diving, ham radio, or the space program, I can stay with you. But they lost me after chef Sutton asked me what I like. During their conversation, I'm sure she mentioned her likes and dislikes, but they lost me when they were talking about...well...whatever it was they were talking about.

As we watched the activity in the kitchen, a food server brought our first dish. She said it was complementary and from Chef Sutton as she placed Oysters Rockefeller on the half shell in front of us. I looked at my wife, and she looked at me and then I picked it up and poured the oyster in my mouth. What I tasted was to say the least, a surprise. There was a pleasant taste of garlic and I actually enjoyed something I never tried before. As the dinner progressed, Chef Sutton threw another curve ball at me and the server placed "John Dory", another fish dish, in front of me. I was intrigued with this new experience with food and tried the John Dory, and to my surprise, actually enjoyed it. The other dishes were wild boar and lamb, something my wife tells me was a Portobello mushroom Cappuccino Bisque (I had to look it up in her Disney cookbook so I could spell it), and other non fish dishes.

To make a long story short, Napa Rose was the best eating experience I ever had. This is coming from a guy that lives on burgers and fries from In-N-Out and McDonald's.

As a final note, it wasn't cheap. We had a great time, the food was awesome, and everyone at Napa Rose was great. The total bill was about $250.00. But we were full and satisfied and we felt that the whole experience was well worth it.
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   Saturday, October 13, 2007 at roughly 8:00 PM
Reviewer: Andrew (andrew@mouseplanet.com) Palo Alto, CA     November 14, 2007
Note: This review is for the Napa Rose Lounge.

Guests: A whole lot of MousePlanet staff and/or crew people
What I had: Diligently Selected Cheeses.

This review will be in a different style than usual. Rather than going over the appetizers, small bites and drinks that everyone in our party of nine enjoyed, I'm going to focus solely on my cheese platter. Trust me, everyone else liked what they had.

The "Diligently Selected Cheeses" were served on a platter with various bits of dried fruit and candied nuts, and came with a printed handout naming and describing each cheese in detail. Here they are in order: (typos and odd phrasing are straight from the handout!)

* Brie Val De Saône (vol dee Sone) - France
This is a rare and hard to get brie cheese, from Vale de Saône near the river Saône. This particular brie has a long history dating back to Charlemagne in 774. Many Bries are around 40% - 45% butter fat, this is over 60% and perfectly ripe. The cream-colored soft interior oozes at room temperature. The flavor is sweet and buttery with hints of almond.

* Bucheron, St. Saviol (boo-share-OH) - France
This Goat's milk cheese is from Burgundy, France, made in the village of Poitou. This is a fresh, unripened chèvre. This cheese is a pleasant cheese to snack on, which is somewhat tart and chalky on the palette.

* Etorki (eh-tor-KEE) - Aquitaine, France
This is an Aged A.O.C. 100% Sheep's Milk cheese from the high mountains of the Western Pyrenees of France. This is a true world class cheese with a nutty almost fruity character. The cheese has remained unchanged for well over a hundred years due to the remoteness of the area.

*Mimolette (MEE-moh-LETT) - France
A relative of Dutch Edam, made from pasteurized Cow's milk, Mimolette has a vivid orange color and a distinctive nutty taste. It is aged over 1 year and has a firm, yet flaky texture.

* Grana Padano - Emilia-Romagna, Italy
This Cow's milk D.O.C. cheese is made througout Lombardy andPiedmont regions of Northern Italy. The name padona means "of the Po River". This cheese is aged over two years and is a Parmesan style. The color is a straw to cream color. The flavor is that of classic Parmigiano-Reggiano, but with wonderful nutty notes and less salty flavor than other parmesans.

* San Joaquin Gold - California, USA
This is an artisan cheese made from unpasteurized cow's milk by Fiscalini Family Creamery in Modesto, California. Its milk comes from it sown herd of 1500 Holstein cows. It just recently won a gold medal at the prestigious London World Cheese Awards. Aged for 15 months, it is semi-hard, with a natural rind and sweet, salty, buttery taste and a rich, nutty flavor and pleasingly crumbly texture.

* Roquefort "Le Papillon" (roke-FORE) (LAY PAPP-ee-yone) - France
"Le Papillon": the butterfly. The worlds premiere sheep's milk blue-veined cheese. It has a creamy interior with an intense, complex and spicy flavor with hints of bitterness associated with rye bread crumbs, which as used to distribute the bleu veining.

* Shropshire Blue (SHROP-shur-blu) - England
This cheese was invented in England at the beginning of the centure and currently regarded as a world class cheese. Shropshire is a farmhouse Blue-Vein Cheddar made from Cow's Milk. It has a crumbly, yet firm and creamy texture. This cheese is aged 1 year, and is great with red wine!

Without exception, each one of the cheeses was wonderful. Each cheese's associated paragraph pretty accurately described the flavor and texture, and I made sure to try most of them along with the bits of fruit, candied nuts and toast points. Pure pleasure, completely decadent. I loved it.

Service: Disappointing to start--the server saw a large party and must have assumed we were going to hang out, not order much and therefore tip low--but she perked up once we started ordering drinks and food. The odd thing was that she offered opinions on just about everything ordered. Actually that's not the odd thing--the odd thing was that her opinions were fairly negative and she was somewhat insistent about her preferred alternative. Again, though, she did get a lot better after the initial round of orders. One other sour note was that it was basically impossible to get a glass of water, and once having received one to have it refilled.

Would we go back: Yes, but perhaps in a smaller group.
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3.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.0   Sunday, October 28, 2007
Reviewer: renodlandlover Reno, NV     October 31, 2007
We had PS for Napa Rose to celebrate our thirteenth anniversary at 7:30, dinner time.

My husband and I were very excited to have a wonderful dinner at Napa Rose, especially after a few questions and responses on the boards here. We were somewhat disappointed. First, let me say that primarily that disappointment stemmed from the fact that my husband is a relatively strict vegetarian - not a vegan, but does not eat any meat - fish or fowl included. He is willing to eat some meat based broths, and thank goodness for that or he would have just had wine for dinner.

Our server was Heather. She was very thoughtful and attentive. We arrived and were seated right away, and served the bread basket, which has WONDERFUL breads, especially the parmesean "bread". It was terrific! We knew the restaraunt was going to be quite expensive, and it measures up to that reputation. After perusing the menu for several minutes, it became clear that there was not ONE main dish on the menu that did not include meat. There is the portabella mushroom soup, but it is made with rabbit broth. We had that anyway, it is amazing.

Heather offered Ron some "pasta" or a "vegetable tower", but those of you that are veggies understand that pasta or a pile of veggies, no matter how wonderfully prepared, is not a meal. Especially when it would be $20+ for that. We asked about the risotto on the appetizer menu - also made with meat stock. She then said she would enquire about some options - Ron asked about a serving of the pumpkin ravioli. The chef was willing to serve that as a separate entree (it was part of the Vintner's dinner). She did make it clear that even the ravioli dish would not be totally meat free.

I am a vegetarian by marriage, so I ordered the ginger shrimp. It was very tasty, and RICH!. We did order the flourless chocolate cake for dessert, which was wonderful.

Heather was a wonderful server, and all of the servers there are sommeliers. She chose a wine for us, once we told her what we generally like, and it was quite nice.

So, to sum up:

Service - very attentive and good
Price - very high, as expected
Food - very rich, good, except for vegetarian options, which were just about nil
Atmosphere - lovely

I think Ron, my DH, summed it best like this: At a restaraunt where there is clearly amazing talent and ability of the chef and cooking staff, it would be nice if that talent was used to create ONE dish that is meat free, and tasty, and balanced, and wonderful like everything else on the menu looks to be. While Heather said again and again that they try to be accomodating, they actually are not to those that do not eat meat.

We did enjoy a dinner out on our own, but most likely will not go back, due to the lack of vegetarian friendly food.
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History and Trivia - Hide Section

The restaurant has earned a number of awards since opening in 2001. Most recently, Executive Chef Andrew Sutton was honored with the 2009 Antonin Carême Medal, and two of the restaurant's sous chefs were named "Sous Chef of the Year" at the 2008-2009 Southern California Restaurant Writers awards.

The Disneyland Web site also lists the following awards.

  • Number one food ranking in the Zagat Survey for Orange County restaurants in 2002, 2003 and 2004
  • Zagat's Orange County "Most Popular Restaurant" in 2008 and 2009
  • Orange County Business Journal's "Best Southern California Restaurant 2007"
  • Wine Spectator's "Best of Award of Excellence"
  • Distinguished Restaurants of North America (DiRoNA) award of excellence for the second time in 2007

The restaurant's reputation as a wine destination is due both to the expansive wine cellar and the efforts of its first general manager, Michael A. Jordan. Jordan opened the restaurant with chef Sutton in 2001, and was responsible for a Resort-wide (and later company-wide) initiative to create a comprehensive wine education program for restaurant servers. Jordan was honored as a Master Sommelier in 2007, and under his guidance the large numbers of Disneyland Resort cast members became certified sommeliers.

Along with his Disneyland Resort duties, Jordan was the Global Manager of Wine and Sales Standards and wine educator for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, working with every Disney resort to develop their own wine eduction programs and helping to guide the wine lists at their top restaurants. A frequent visitor to the Disney Cruise Line, Jordan hosted wine education classes for crew and passengers alike. Jordan was also considered one of the driving forces behind Disney's California Food & Wine Festival. By the time Jordan left Disney in 2009, Napa Rose boasted 47 sommeliers, including 5 Advanced Level sommeliers, both believed to be more than any other restaurant in the world.

Jordan's sudden resignation in September 2009 came as a surprise to many. In interviews, Jordan said that he was leaving to pursue a dream of opening his own wine label, Word Vineyards. (He has since returned to restaurant life as the president of the Beachcomber, a pair of ocean-view restaurants in Southern California). Jordan's assistant manager, advanced sommelier Joy Cushing, quietly stepped into the general manager role while a new general manager was sought. In February 2010, Disney announced that Philippe Tosques, formerly of the Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Prime Steakhouse at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, had been hired as general manager for Napa Rose. Cushing remains as the restaurant's head sommelier.

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