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About Parcel 104
A collaborative venture of renowned Chef Bradley Ogden and Chef Sergio Morales. The American-themed menu celebrates seasonal delights and showcases the finest efforts of local growers, ranches and dairies. Parcel 104 menu changes daily due to seasonality and availability.
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am
Saturday and Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm.
Saturday - Sunday: Available for Private Dining
Lounge Menu: Monday - Friday: 2:00pm - 6:00pm.
Dinner: Monday - Friday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Saturday - Sunday: Available for Private Dining
Great America Parkway
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Parcel 104 guests receive 3 hour validation for hotel self parking.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Happy Hour Specials Monday - Friday from 2pm - 6pm.
25% off Friday Dinner (excludes alcohol, tax, and gratuity)
Special for the week, Wine of the Day $5/glass.
For more information, please call the restaurant and see our Facebook page.
Valentine's Day Dinner ($104- Three Course Menu, Optional $50-Wine Pairing)
Three dining rooms available: Chef's Table seats up to 12 guests; the Magnum Room seats up to 40 guests; and the Champagne Room seats up to 32 guests. Heated patio seats up to 20 guests. Private Buyouts can seat up to 1,000 guests.
Parcel 104 Ratings and Reviews
We went for Valentine's. They had a preset menu. The food was just ok. It was a bit pricey for the quality and quantity. $100 per couple plus $50 per wine pairing. You had a choice based on a 4 course meal. Nothing to write home about. The wine pairing was average also. We had our first Valentine's here over 10 years ago and we wanted up try it out again for old memories. I wouldn't go back. The past few times (non Valentine's) have been very disappointing.
The service was very good. Our waitress was so kind and sweet. They had a nice quartet playing at the entrance. That was a nice touch.
Parcel 104 is located in Marriott hotel, which is very nice and clean.
It wasn't a bad experience but it didn't wow us. Mostly because the food was "blah".
We had a lovely Valentine's dinner at Parcel 104. The restaurant was fully booked, but the tables are spaced far enough apart that it never felt crowded or noisy. Service was fine (our waitress looked a bit exhausted, but that's probably normal for Vday), the food was excellent, and the live jazz combo was quite a nice addition.
Delicious meal and absolutely outstanding service. Only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because they didn't have cheaper options for lunch: Their $50 steak is on the menu for lunch, and I'd rather have spent $20 - $25 bucks on a bowl of pasta instead of steak or fish.
Parcel 104 is the best of California cuisine. Typically when I think of a restaurant attached to a hotel, I think sub par. Parcel 104 is entirely the opposite. The food is incredible, surprising, and imaginative and the service is top notch. This is one of the nicest restaurants in the area and we dine here when we want to have a fancy night out. It's my favorite restaurant.
It was our 4th time at Parcel 104. We were celebrating a Birthday, and were surprised with two very nice flutes of champagne. The food was excellent. Our server was very friendly in a very genuine way, while providing great service. We've never had less than great food or service here.
The host and waitstaff were FABULOUS...They smiled and had a smile in their voice, too ...Also. I was waiting for someone and the host went and got me coffee and juice while I waited..He was just GREAT..He didn't wait for the server...He immediately took care of me...5 stars
Quite disappointed by the low value. I reserved for a business lunch on a friend's recommendation. The server easily moved us to a quieter less crowded place as soon as we asked. No issue with service during the meal. However the meal value is not there and I would expect a much higher quality given the high prices. Average chicken salad, OK pasta, good soup and beet appetizer. None outstanding and none worth their price.
Our server was terrific, and the ambiance for a sisters' lunch was great. I just can't get my head around a $25 hamburger. You can get one twice as good, and larger, at Firehouse No. 1. If it was wagyu or kobe, then maybe, but the beef wasn't particularly flavorful and the fries were bland.
Food was great. Two couples, one of us had 2 young kids. Staff was clueless on how to work w/ kids. Children need to get their food and drinks quickly, it is not OK that we had to remind staff of orders long after they should have been brought.
But for us adults, we enjoyed our dinners. I liked the Beef Cheeks, and the Beet Salad.
The parking situation is horrible. No lighting or signage. No way to tell which way to go in the dark. I did not feel safe crossing that parking lot.
Beet salad was awesome. Delicious and innovative. Loved every bite. Pork chop was just okay. Portion was huge, but it was not evenly cooked. Some parts were dry. Desert was a big disappointment. It was tiny. Barely a quarter inch of chocolate pudding with vegetables and flowers on top. It tasted more like a salad and after that massive pork chop, why so stingy with the chocolate?
There were 8 of us celebrating my husband’s birthday, including 2 children. The waiter suggested the charcuterie appetizer which was wonderful. Two of us had the braised beef cheeks, which were so tender and juicy. Others at our table had the crispy risotto, fillet mignonette, pork chop and chicken. All were delicious. The children’s chicken breast and fries were also very good.
This is our second time here and will be back again.
Incredible food - the ideas, and the execution. Was nice to meet the chef and assistant chef (at wine pairing event). Silver Oak wine (napa and alexander valley) good yet did not quite carry their part in the pairings. A great event nevertheless and thank you for putting it on
Conference attendees meeting a local at the Marriott in Santa Clara - so convenient and so surprisingly excellent! Not too many vegan options for my guests, so Chef made up a terrific pasta dish! Very accommodating. My beef was melt-in-your-mouth wonderful!
Food and service was great. The overall experience was soured by the misleading parking wording and directions from staff. I parked the car myself, gave the valet the key, they never moved it or delivered it to me - yet I was charged $15 for "Valet" after a $300 meal! I asked the hostess when I arrived if Valet was covered, she said yes. The web site states "we offer validated self-parking and valet parking" - which means we offer validated self-parking and $15 valet parking. They would not budge. I just paid the $15 and didn't let it ruin the evening. Also - they did not offer the "complementary" sparkling wine that was the OpenTable bonus. Too bad :(
The ambiance and the waiter made for an excellent dining experience. Appetizers and entrees were very good. My dessert which was described as an ice cream cake was just that, but more cake than ice cream. I assumed the ice cream would be formed into a cake. The accompanying berries were delicious.
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