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About The Grill at Meadowood
Enjoy a casual meal in The Grill, complete with sweeping views of the estate’s grounds and golf course. The Grill offers a daily menu featuring ingredients fresh from local purveyors and Meadowood’s own garden.
The menu and style is light and healthful with perfect and natural ingredients taking center stage.
St. Helena, CA 94574
Californian, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
OPEN DAILY, MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
Breakfast: 7am - 11am
Lunch: 12pm - 3pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 7am - 4pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact the restaurant for details.
Parking is complimentary.
Private Party Facilities:
The Grill at Meadowood is able to accommodate private buy outs for up to 100 guests. Please contact us for further details.
Private Party Contact:
Olin Harris: (855) 972-8121
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Grill is closed annually on the first Saturday of June for a private event.
The Grill at Meadowood Ratings and Reviews
We had a wonderful lunch and our service was excellent!
The view from the outside deck was gorgeous. One person had the Mahi tacos which he said was delicious! Two of us had the grilled chicken, rice and broccoli lunch plate which both would have again! Dessert was a brownie with chocolate mousse & coconut. It was the best!! All in all it was a perfect lunch.
This was our first visit to Meadowood Grill. What a gorgeous restaurant in this wonderful hidden valley off the Silverado Trail with an amazing view down the golf course and through the trees. Our server, Madison, had great recommendations and was a delight to speak with. The Wagyu beef burger was the best burger I believe I have ever tasted. Great cocktails and wine that evening too. It was a memorable evening for my wife and me.
The food was just ok. Then when you look at the price, it was less than ok. Very pricey compared to other wonderful upscale restaurants in the valley. We could not get a reservation at the restaurant because we made a last minute trip to Napa. We ate at The Grill at Meadowood instead for one of our meals. We both love to cook and felt that we could have prepared everything we ordered with more flavor. The cauliflower soup was bland, so were the fried artichokes. The salad was good but nothing special. Nothing was something I would order again. The quality of the food was so disappointing that I wouldn't go back if it were free. The property and views are amazing. By the way, this is the first time I have every reviewed anything on the internet but the food was so disappointing I felt I had to.
I was not expecting the 3-star Michelin experience, however I did expect the trickle-down of a 3-star Michelin restaurant to be very good. This was very boring, the food was passable (although somehow my filet tips were overcooked), but significantly overpriced for the quality and inventiveness of the food. I'd highly recommend do Meadowood, or nothing, but the food at The Grill leaves a lot to be desired.
Very casual, right on the meadow wood golf course, and a wonderful small menu with something for every one. The service is very attentive without being over the top. It is fairly quiet, and nicely decorated. Love it here every time we visit the wine country.
I may be jaded living in the San Francisco Bay Area, but I was not very impressed with The Grill at Meadowood. The food is better at Solbar. I found the prices outrageous for brunch (the bill was $300 for two, including tip and alcohol with $18 cocktails). The grounds are as pretty as Muir Woods and I would imagine it would be a lovely place to stay but I would go to Cavallo Point if I wanted to visit pretty grounds and have lunch.
Greeted by a young man that assumed my guest was my wife, my guest wasnt amused, but discounted it to his very young looking age.
Started with a basket of baked goodies, croissant, bacon scone and blueberry muffins. ..obviously not able to consume all by 2 people in one sitting! ..on to hot food..
Salmon eggs Benedict. .perfection!
Huevos rancheros...simple but flavorful. Thumbs up on the grapefruit mimosas! .. $120 later, we left full and satisfied. We'll be back. .hopefully not married next time!
It was a perfect night and the service was perfect too. The menu selection that was offered that night hit the spot. The Parpadelle Pasta was delicious. The two salads offered were extremely fresh and full of flavor. We could have those salads every day. The wine list had a great selection to choose from. It was great to see unique local projects on the list. I am looking forward to returning soon for another great dinner. You will not be disappointed on this choice to dine.
Meadowood is a wonderful resort, relaxing and beautiful. And The Restaurant with its 3 Michelin stars is world class and not to be missed. So I am surprised at how pedestrian The Grill really is. Sitting on the porch is nice, but service and food need an upgrade. The Grill is not up to Meadowood's promise.
My four sisters and I settled around the round table at The Grill at Meadowood, with the addition of my husband who is adored by all five of us. Our time enjoying every bite of brunch was superb, and the gracious service topped the midmorning! Because of the elegant spirit of the Grill, we felt completely at home, and shared memories, stories of our lives and recent travels over the time together. What a JOY!
The Grill is the bar and restaurant overlooking the golf course of this 4 star resort. The service is excellent and they will often use your name in any dialogue with them. The tables are set far enough apart that you don't feel anyone is eavesdropping on your conversation. The food was excellent and well presented. The food choices were great and the wine list too plentiful.
Maybe expectations were high but on first approach the waiter did not know the menu and when asked about the wine pairing merely stated there's a chardonnay, a sanghese...and before continuing when queried had no knowledge of the wines, the producers or the years. And by the way, it's pronounced sangiovese, not sanghese or whatever he was trying to say. Sadly the wait staff seemed to have little training and for $150/person one might expect a little understanding of basic service, right vs left etc.. After some time the manager stopped to ask how things were and 2 of our party politely grimaced and discussed the issues. From then on the evening moved up to a pretty standard restaurant event. The sommelier knew the wines very well, was extremely competent and very much a pleasure to work with. The food, ah well, yawn, nothing really exciting. Two of five dishes were superb but we all came away very underwhelmed. The setting is nice for lunch, right in the bar but for a $700 for 4 dinner, especially those of us who live in the area, it's really not memorable. Prior evenings at 1313 Main for example and a few others were far more interesting and well served.
We try to come to this restaurant whenever we are in town. We came for lunch today because the last time we were here our friends ordered what they said was the best hamburger they had ever eaten, so I just had to try it. I was not disappointed, in fact it was cooked to perfection, juicy, and just plain delicious. My husband had the battered fish sandwich which is new to the menu. It too was delicious (I had to have a bite). I think I may order it next time without the bread.
Our experience was not up to the level we expected because the quality of food was uneven. All of the appetizers and salads were very nice, but the salmon and duck from the tasting menu were just ordinary, uninspired. In comparison, the salmon and chicken entrees ordered a la Carte by our companions were wonderful. The service was attentive and our waiter was friendly but professional, and quite knowledgeable.
We were underwhelmed by our experience. Had been looking forward to this for weeks. Couldn't get a reservation at 'regular' Meadowwood, so decided on the Grille instead.
Service was slow (we must have waited 30 minutes between ordering and our meal - the kids were starving). Seemed like even dessert was slow to arrive. Our waiter dropped the next-door table's appetizer on the floor.
On the plus side - they were happy to adjust our food to be vegetarian. I think the view during the day must be nice, but it was dark, so we couldn't see anything.
Food was strictly so-so. The kids chicken was literally a piece of chicken slapped on a plate - no garnish, no nothing. At these prices, you would think they would at least make an effort.
The food was excellently prepared at the level of the next door Michelin star restaurant (probably the same kitchen ? ). Service was professional and very friendly.
As we do not know the Californian wines we got a professional explanation. One remark though: the wine list was obviously the same as they offer in the Michelin graded restaurant given the exorbitant prices with 95% of the bottles over $100.
Enjoy relax and comfortable brunch. Manager is very professional and kind. Server is good too. We got complimentary champagne from restaurant to celebrate my sister's birthday. Ate around the golf court, ambiance is awesome! really enjoy! cold pressed juice is good, vegetables from their garden is healthy and good. Potato is good! Assorted pastries are awesome, especially scone! We love it.
Wow! Our family was disappointed with a very mediocre dinner for Thanksgiving at one of Napa Valley's premiere resorts. The property is outdated and in desperate need of some capital improvements.
Our dinner reservations were in the "Golf Club Studio" which reminded me more of a Denny's than a 4-star resort. The food was ok, but not for $90 per person on a pre-fix dinner.
We returned to the Grill at the Meadowood as we believed that the last time we went it was just an off night. We were right! This time we sat inside as it was already getting dark as we arrived. We brought another couple with us. They had the burger which they said was the best burger they had ever had (and they are in their 70's). Both my husband and I had the chicken breast which was cooked to perfection, juicy and very flavorful. I had the forbidden rice with it. It was my first experience with "black rice" and I loved the nutty and firm texture. Now I want to go back and try the burger.
As usual the service was great. The host did warn us about a large somewhat loud party in a back section of the dining room so we choose a table in the front.
We had breakfast at the grill. For an upscale restaurant with very high prices, I was very disappointed. The setting was 5 star, however everything else was below average. We had to ask twice for lemon for water and my husband had to go searching for the waiter to get coffee because it was forgotten. The Eggs Benedict ($20) were served on something equivalent to a toasted hamburger bun, the ham was dry, and the hollandaise sauce was lumpy. The biggest surprise came when my husband asked if he could have a bus quit instead of toast and was not told that an additional $3.00 would be charged, for a biscuit, really! If you like to throw money away for mediocre food this is the place for you, if not, steer clear!
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