Bummer! You might want to do a separate post rating the Turkish places, maybe? - I think we’d all enjoy it.
Back to OP: We spent some time in downtown Napa in February 2018. Were eager to try Zuzu Tapas to compare it with Tasca Tasca/Sonoma Square, Bravas/Healdsburg, Lucia (now closed). Instead disappointed: found the food very heavy and everything we ordered was either salty or acidic - really acidic.
The beautiful jamon was heavily drizzled with EVOO, which we found odd; served with pickled garlic. The baccala chowder was just too salty; somebody should have rinsed the cod at least one more time or maybe twice. Picadillo filling in empanada was tangy. Turkish crab pastry also heavy on vinegar and even more vinegar in the salad dressing. Flat-iron steak had EVOO and vinegar dressing in addition to the chimichurri sauce. So…except for the soup, everything we ordered tasted like salad dressing, LOL :((.
If the OP feels like doing a solo wine tasting, can heartily recommend Carpe Diem (just down from Oenotri). Sometimes closed for events so check website. Note food is very hearty; servings are generous.
We aren’t big fans of Oenotri (think it was better when it first opened/before partner split-up), but we do enjoy Ca’Momi, practically next door to Carpe Diem. Lovely Neapolitan food, and don’t miss having a single exquisite bigne for dessert, for fans of cream puffs. Ca’Momi makes the best cream puffs around - the honey vanilla, coffee/espresso, and strawberry are particularly fine. A 2-bite delight to end a meal perfectly!
There’s two excellent cookwares stores* in the Napa Valley for those who enjoy culinary window-shopping. Everybody knows Shackford’s in downtown Napa, but we prefer the Steve’s Hardware/Kitchen Annex store on Main St. in St. Helena. Annex is right next door to the hardware storefront - I dropped a bundle and had to drag myself away before buying even more!
* actually, there’s four: the CIA has 2 gourmet shops as well. One is at Greystone campus as you enter the main bldg. The second is in CIA Copia, across from Oxbow and the parking lot.
Going midweek to Napa is always preferable to weekends. Tourism is down overall over the last couple of years anyway, and if the weatherman is correct that the “storm door” will reopen in early Feb, that holds the visitor count down even more.
People eat late for both L/D so reservations are easy if you’re dining early.