Arranged in a traditional picnic basket
Choose two items $34 (per person)
Choose three items $52 (per person)
(Includes Aqua Panna or Pellegrino)
Roasted Turkey - levain baguette, provolone cheese, arugula pesto
Smoked Ham - sliced rye, provolone cheese, grain mustard
Egg Salad - sourdough, dill, black pepper
Meadowood Garden Kale Salad - parmesan, lemon, garlic crouton
Sweet Potato Salad - smoked bacon, grain mustard, jalapeno
Chicken Salad - greek yogurt, vaudovan, gem lettuce
Berry Hand Pie
Chocolate Chunk Cookie
Our complete wine list is also available and features selections from most of the wineries in Napa Valley.
Please allow 24 hours to prepare your picnic.
You may pick up your order at a set time in The Grill or
You may have it delivered to your room, a $7.00 delivery fee and 20% service charge applies.
Pick up & delivery available from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
7.75% sales tax is added to all orders.
St. Clement Vineyards, St. Helena
Characteristics: A Napa Valley icon, St. Clement's exquisite hillside Victorian, circa 1878, is the backdrop for your picnic at this lovely winery. A handful of picnic tables reside on the front terrace patio overlooking acres of vineyards and Mt. St. Helena in the distance. A reservation is recommended.
Lyman Park, St. Helena
Characteristics: Situated in the heart of St. Helena, Lyman Park is near many of the town's most charming shops. A large white gazebo offers a sense of nostalgia. An array of picnic tables, large and small, dot the lawns and there is play equipment suitable for children.
Rutherford Hill Winery, Rutherford
Characteristics: This winery's picnic sites offer among the best views in Napa Valley. For the most privacy, choose either the Hilltop Picnic Grove or the Olive Grove Picnic Area. Both are near the winery's tasting rooms and offer picnic benches shaded by lovely oaks as well as spectacular vistas.
Yountville Park, Yountville
Characteristics: A visit to this park is sure to please your children. A large grass area surrounds several picnic tables and there is a large, colorful playground with swings and climbing equipment suitable for children of varying ages.
Saddleback Cellars, Oakville
Characteristics: Saddleback sits on quiet Money Road, a dead-end lane in the Oakville District of the Napa Valley AVA. Their four picnic tables sit under shady Sycamore trees and alongside their Pinot Blanc vines. Stop by, enjoy the wine and the setting of a small winery on a quiet lane in the heart of Napa Valley.
Robert Louis Stevenson State Park,
Mt. St. Helena
Characteristics: Located just outside Calistoga, this park extends to the top of Mt. St. Helena. On a clear day, views reach to the Golden Gate Bridge. The trail is open to both hikers and mountain bikers. At the base of the trail, accessible by automobile, you will find picnic tables surrounded by a thick forest. Picnic sites are also available along the trails.
Frank Family, Calistoga
Characteristics: Frank Family Vineyards is located in the historic Larkmead winery in Calistoga (the 3rd oldest winery in Napa). Visitors are welcome to sit under the giant 100 year old Elm trees, relax at the wooden picnic tables and enjoy the spectacular vineyard views.
Bothe Napa Valley State Park,
St. Helena Highway
Characteristics: Hiking trails wind throughout this preserve's eighteen hundred acres, which range in elevation from four hundred to two thousand feet. Enjoy a broad variety of indigenous trees, from stands of coastal redwood to forests of Douglas Fir, tan oak and madrone. Picnic sites, accessible by automobile, are available just beyond the park entrance. There is a six dollar fee per car to enter the park.
Bale Grist Mill Historic State Park,
St. Helena Highway
Characteristics: Bale Grist Mill, established in 1846, was built for the storage and grinding of grains for local residents. Because of its proximity to the main thoroughfare, it was used as a political and social center as well. There is a small picnic area adjacent to the mill. There is a two-dollar fee for adults and a one-dollar fee for children.