St Helena, the town that now calls itself “Napa Valley’s Main Street” was originally settled as an agricultural center in 1834. Today, tourism and banking are the primary employers and modes of business in St Helena as it thrives on Napa Valley’s premium wine industry. Its small town ambiance combines with an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication as its nearly 6,000 residents and substantial number of tourists enjoy its restaurants, galleries and boutiques. Central St. Helena and its adjacent neighborhood evoke an idyllic, storybook feel, with arching Sycamore trees, and blocks of well-preserved and historic homes. The massive stone Culinary Institute of America rests at the north end of the town’s main thoroughfare
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