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Paul Crudo, owner of Bella Bakery, along with his wife, Jennifer, had put some money away for new furniture for the cafe, and have used that to stay open during the pandemic. Bella Bakery in Calistoga sells cookies, muffins, tarts, special-made birthday cakes and other sweet goodies and coffee and tea drinks -- all to go. Crudo stayed open last fall, too, when Calistoga was under an evacuation advisory for almost a week during fire season except when the bakery had no power. Crudo has worked hard to keep Bella open so he can continue to pay his employees and serve the community.

He added breakfast burritos and breakfast sandwiches to the menu to help satisfy workers who start their jobs early. And while he tried staying open until 2 p. I really want to be here for my staff and for the community. A smarter decision would probably have been to close down.

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Things are a little slow. The Crudos, longtime Calistoga residents, bought the bakery, then called Village Bakery, from its former owners in They remodeled the space, hired staff, and opened the doors. Their two children, Tyler, 17, and Lia, 15, are both sixth-generation Calistogans and Californians, too. The couple has no background in baking.

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But after many years on the road making deliveries in increasing traffic, I was ready for a change. The old bakery was one of my s, and I was friendly with one of the former managers. When he mentioned the place might be up for sale, I talked it over with my wife, and we decided to go for it.

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Among everything from scones to muffins, croissants, cookies, tarts and eclairs, Bella Bakery sells a variety of generous sandwiches on house-baked ciabatta, pizza, several kinds of savory quiches, and specialty cakes and cookies for every occasion.

Bella also serves fresh-brewed medium- and dark-roast coffee, a complete range of espresso drinks — hot and cold — and tea as well as chai tea.

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Water and juices are self-serve at the front counter. Customers just need to call in ahead of time. Personally I know their quiche makes the centerpiece of a great brunch, lunch, or dinner to share at home. Bella Bakery is at Lincoln Ave. Lovina owner Jennifer Bennett. The restaurant is open Thanksgiving for dining outside or for take-out. Two women chat at a bench outside Whole Foods in Napa even though it is wrapped in caution tape to discourage gathering.

Calistoga CalMart will be installing a new emergency generator to prevent losses from power outages. With Easter-season events canceled by the coronavirus epidemic and resulting shutdowns of public gatherings, Melodie Durham organized an impromptu Easter bunny tour Sunday afternoon, greeting families for more than two hours from a slow-moving pickup truck.

Chris Gross, magnet grant director at the Napa Valley Unified School District, has taken on a different role as part of the team that bags and distributes takeaway breakfasts and lunches for students while schools remain shut down by the coronavirus epidemic.

Gross packed lunches Thursday at Napa High School, one of four distribution points in the district. A queue of more than 15 vehicles formed at the head of a grab-and-go meal station in the Napa High School parking lot before it opened Thursday morning. Mike Pearson leftthe Napa Valley Unified School District's assistant superintendent for operations, was one of 10 people staffing a grab-and-go meal station outside Napa High School on Thursday.

The campus is one of four where students and their families have received district-prepared breakfasts and lunches since NVUSD closed its campuses March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic. A worker at the Napa Valley Unified School District's central kitchen prepared pizzas for Thursday's meal drop-off, which provided two days of breakfasts and lunches for students forced to stay home by California's shelter-in-place order.

All district campuses were closed March 13 due to the spread of the novel coronavirus. Families of Napa Valley Unified School District students visiting a grab-and-go meal station Thursday received bags containing two breakfasts and two lunches.

Starting this week, the district began distributing Free chat with married women in Calistoga meals while cutting the drop-off schedule from five to two days a week, to lessen the possibility of exposure to the coronavirus. A at the drive-up medical clinic at Trancas St. The service is offered to patients of St. Joseph Medical Group and by appointment only.

Primary school staff drove around town to greet students and parents after the district announced that schools would remain closed for the rest of the school year in favor of remote learning. Laura Saunders leftco-owner of the cafe brewed. The coffee shop and bakery was one of only two businesses still open at Napa Premium Outlets, where all non-food vendors shut down when California imposed a stay-home order March 20 to combat the coronavirus epidemic.

A group of staffers from Queen of the Valley Medical Center created protective face shields made from everyday materials, for coworkers to wear during the COVID pandemic. A group of staffers from Queen of the Valley Medical center created protective face shields made from everyday materials, for coworkers to wear during the COVID pandemic. Theorem and Heritage Catering in Calistoga are offering free meals on Fridays to families in need. James Cerda, operations manager at Theorem Vineyards, wore a protective mask as he delivered meals to cars.

This bear was spotted on a fence in Napa. Napans are placing teddy bears and other stuffed animals in home windows to create a scavenger hunt-like activity for kids who are stuck at home. This bear was spotted looking out his window in Napa.

Napans are placing teddy bears and other stuffed animals in their home windows to create a scavenger hunt-like activity for kids who are stuck at home. Abhijit Adhye, an internal medicine physician with St. Napa police department employees recently received free masks made by Molly Silcox and other volunteers.

Andrea D. Hoogendoorn, owner of Mad Mod Shop in Calistoga, has made a of fabric masks to help health care workers and anyone else who needs such protection during the COVID outbreak. Hanh Ho Egan, a local seamstress, has made face masks for those in need during the coronavirus pandemic. Matthew Blach of Taramasso Ranch disinfects the fridge after each customer buys eggs. Hydro Grill owners Free chat with married women in Calistoga behind the bar and Gayle left Dierkhising, seen waiting for take-out orders to get picked up March Calistoga Inn, Restaurant and Brewery owner Michael Dunsford said the Inn's hand-crafted beer is popular with take-out customers.

He was set up for take-out, which is available Thursday-Monday from noon — 8 p.

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A customer picks up an order from Puerto Vallarta restaurant in Calistoga on March 23, as everyone is practicing social distancing. Lovina restaurant owner Jennifer Bennett checks bags ready for pick-up during lunch time on Sunday, March She has also set up a small farmers' market with fresh eggs, bread and wine. Just for fun, the wine comes with a free roll of toilet paper on top. A pedestrian he up Main Street in downtown Napa on Friday March 27, during the shelter-at-home order.

This parking lot next to Kohl's is usually full, but not during the Napa County shelter-at-home order.

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On March 20, this aisle of wipes and diapers was mostly empty at the south Napa Target. On March 27, it had more inventory. Disinfectant wipes are still popular items. On Fri. March 27, Target in south Napa had some inventory available and aisles were being restocked throughout the store. It's hard to see in this photo but Raley's has installed clear plastic barriers to isolate shoppers and employees at check out stations.

At Raley's blue X marks indicate where shoppers should wait to check out. Shoppers at Raley's on Fri. March s have been installed at the market about social distancing. Lisa DeRose-Hernandez, program director for senior nutrition with Community Action of Napa Valley, delivers bags containing two meals each to a driver stopping outside the Napa Senior Activity Center to pick up food for local senior and group homes.

CANV has reported sharp increases in demand for its Meals on Wheels and food bank programs since a statewide stay-home order that began Friday, intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus, threw large parts of the workforce out of work. Ciccio in Yountville is offering take-out pizzas during the shelter-at-home mandate in Napa County. About half of the milk and dairy products were available at Raley's on Friday morning, the day the county's official shelter-at-home order began. Bank customers are let in one at a time at Umpqua bank at Bel Aire Plaza on Friday, the day the county's official shelter-at-home order began.

A selection of toilet paper was on display at the South Napa Target on Friday morning, the day the county's official shelter-at-home order began. Russell Fitzgerald and a friend met outside Whole Foods on Friday.

Traffic at the Bel Aire Plaza shopping center was much lighter than usual due to the ordered closure of most non-essential businesses. A vacant parking lot at Bel Aire Plaza in Napa on Friday morning in the wake of Napa County and state edicts that non-essential businesses close and that most people shelter in the homes. The hall was quite empty with many already sheltering at home. Oxbow Public Market was unusually empty Thursday with seating removed. The market has set up direct lines for individuals to place pick-up and delivery orders with specific vendors.

The parking lot at the Napa Premium Outlets was nearly empty on Wednesday morning, March 18, as most store had closed as a result of coronavirus safety precautions. Napa County's new shelter-in-place order prohibits non-essential stores from operating. Venedita Acosta, food services assistant, and Angela Baxter, food services director, serve free grab-and-go meals outside Vintage Hall for all kids 18 and younger daily from 9 to 10 a. The business owners are offering a free lunch to students on weekdays during the NVUSD coronavirus shutdown.

Many Oxbow businesses limited seating or closed entirely in response to the coronavirus. Many business in the Oxbow Market limited seating or closed outright in response to the coronavirus, Monday, March Beringer Vineyards and other local wineries were closed Monday after Gov.

Gavin Newsom ordered the closure of all wineries and bars amid the coronavirus pandemic. Karen Verzosa, Calistoga Farmers' Market organizer wore a mask on March 14, as protection against the coronavirus. Desite the threat, business at Free chat with married women in Calistoga market was "sort of as usual" she said.

A Trader Joe's employee in Napa wipes down the store's shopping carts, a step the store is taking in light of the developing situation with the coronavirus in the United States. A Walmart employee restocks cleaning supplies next to empty shelves that once held sanitizers. Stores in Napa reported low stock over the weekend after a case of the coronavirus was confirmed in Solano County. Carol Shour of Napa wore this "vintage" surgical face mask while shopping at Lucky this week.

She used to be a nurse and had saved the mask for many years. Safeway shoppers and clerks were wearing masks this week as self-protection measures against COVID increase. A Lucky checkout staffer wore a clear plastic face shield and gloves. The store has implemented a of social distancing measures. The market is not charging customers the usual fee of 10 cents per bag.

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