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Gran Eléctrica is an authentic Mexican restaurant and tequila/mezcal bar located in downtown Napa. Together, owners Tamer Hamawi, Elise Rosenberg, and Emelie Kihlstrom, offer an authentic and market-driven Mexican menu inspired by travels abroad, particularly traditional Mexican street fare. Creating a new take on regionally-influenced Mexican cuisine, the menu aims to showcase a diversity of dishes from across the country.  Chef Ignacio Beltran hails from Mexico and has cooked at Ad Hoc, Meadowood and Terra.

Gran Eléctrica’s emphasis on keeping our menu rooted in authentic Mexican cooking and techniques is expressed through items like fresh hand-pressed tortillas crafted with heirloom corn, house-made crema and queso fresco, as well as spicy chorizo made on site.

The beverage program incorporates Mexican flavors with seasonal ingredients, and cocktails featuring tequila and mezcal by small-batch and artisan distillers. Our wine cellar features a selection of both local and European wines with a focus on small producers with a strong commitment to natural practices, sustainability, and old-world techniques. 

With a respectful nod to Mexico, Gran Eléctrica boasts artful touches celebrating the vibrancy of Mexican art and painting. Inspired by famous Mexican artist José Guadalupe Posada, carefully designed wallpaper boasts classic Day of the Dead themes with a quirky twist featuring Napa Valley landmarks. Gran Eléctrica Napa also offers a large outdoor backyard, perfect for al fresco dining nestled alongside its one of a kind Picnic Beds!

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