Justin Siena High School 4026 Maher St, Napa, CA94558 Justin-Siena opened its doors in 1966 as two schools, originally--Justin for boys, operated by the de La Salle Christian…More Brothers, and Siena for girls, under the supervision of the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael. In 1972 the two schools merged into one, which is now run by the Christian Brothers. The school's Dodd Stadium is home not only to Justin-Siena's Braves football team but to the Napa Saints youth football league as well. A part of the Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa, the school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Education Association.
Pizza Hut 3150 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94558 Conveniently located on Jefferson Street, Pizza Hut offers pizza, pasta, wings, sides and dessert. Come in for…More made-to-order pizzas and pastas, or take the wings home with you. The restaurant has a small area for children to play, as well as video games and televisions on which to watch your favorite football games.
Fazerrati's Pizza Restaurant 1517 W Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 Fazerrati's Pizza is a dining sports bar for the whole family. A destination for youth sports, such as basketball,…More soccer, softball, and baseball, the restaurant features many add ons for the pizza dining experience. From video games, toy machines, and eight flat screen TVs, owner, Troy Cary wants families to stay a while. Troy was involved in the business for 18 years and is currently sole owner. Monday night football during season is all-you-can-eat pizza and salad for $9.99. Wednesday is Family Night at Fazerrati's.
Redwood Middle School 3600 Oxford St, Napa, CA94558 One of Napa's largest middle schools, Redwood is located just off of Redwood Road west of Highway 29 in north Napa. Its…More playing fields are among the best in the county, thanks in large part to the Oakland Raiders pro football team, which uses the school for its summer training camp and pays to maintain the turf. Redwood's dress code is among the strictest in the Napa Valley Unified School District, a policy school officials say helps keep students safe by prohibiting any garb that might denote a gang affiliation.