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About Silverado Resort and Spa - Holiday Buffet in the Grand Ballroom
Silverado Resort and Spa - Christmas Dinner in the Grand Ballroom
Napa, CA 94558
Hours of Operation:
Hours of Operation
Christmas in the Grand Ballroom
Monday, December 25, 2017
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is complimentary
Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Silverado Resort and Spa - Holiday Buffet in the Grand Ballroom Ratings and Reviews
We were in the last (4:30) seating. The food was fresh and continually replenished. There was a very wide selection. The service was friendly and prompt, but a bit short in number. We were the last to leave, but not pressed. A delightful surprise for we tourists.
We had a wonderful Christmas lunch at Silverado. These holiday buffets they offer are very old fashion in a delightful way. The food was very good, with many local vendors used. The only improvement I could suggest is the dessert table, while beautiful, was very bland with all the desserts tasting the same. But no matter, it was still all very good. Service was excellent (Roberto).
The food was wonderful and the service was excellent. However, the evening was ruined by their stupid party. We bought the entire package, dinner and their so-called extravaganza. I had called and left about 5 messages asking about the music. It was my husband's 75th birthday and I really wanted it to be special. We are not fans of loud, rock music. I finally got in touch with the guy who was supposedly in charge and asked about the music. I told him that we liked swing, even country, even oldies up until the '60's. He told me that it was a Great Gatsby party, so I said that was '20's music, which he assured me they'd have along with other music. Very loud rock music was all they had! Ruined our evening!! I am very unhappy!!
My husband and I decided to again stay at the Silverado while attending the Flavor Napa Valley events at the nearby Culinary Institute. We made dinner reservations at the Royal Oak.
We had a table right at the window. I had a hard time trying to decide which wine to select, but remembered that during our previous stay we had tried a Rombauer Zinfandel that I enjoyed. I asked the watier about it; he sent someone around to get us a bottle! Now THAT'S service!
The food was INCREDIBLY DELICIOUS and cooked to perfection. (My husband is a professional chef.) Silverado is a resort, and yes, it has that "old boy golf club" feel - but don't let that dissuade you - the food is well worth it!!!!
The Royal Oaks was a great night out for us! The food was excellent - the best cut of meat we've had in some time. The sides were prepared perfectly and the sauces were excellent. The meal is a bit on the pricy side so it was not a usual night out on the town but rather more of a special night out.
Overall, the place was great! Food was delicious! Wonderful view of the golf course, while the sun was up. My only complaint was that it took nearly 30 minutes for our server to take our meal order. The place was half full, so I do not know why it took him so long to see that our menus were still sitting on the table. We did get our bar drinks in a timely manner...
The feelings is definitely old-school country club, and that can be fun. But the menu has been left in the 1970's, too, with table-side Caesar salad preparation (that produced a really nasty, overdressed mess) and over-cooked steaks. Don't forget to order your "loaded" baked potato! :-P
This would have still, all been ok if the bill hadn't been $250 for two.
Great for grandma and grandpa - they'll feel safe here, and safe with the menu (as long as you hide the prices from them) - but everyone else should skip it.
The restaurant is placed within the resort. While the food was very good, I would only expect to go here if staying at the resort. The restaurant is dated, as it looks more like a space to hold a wedding reception rather than a restaurant. The view was nice, but a putting green in my opinion is nothing spectacular.
My family and I decided to dine here durning our last night in Napa and I'm so glad we did. The food was the best food I've ever had in my life and this is comparing to five star restaurants all over the world. The waiter was so knowledgable on the menu and was very professional. The food was pricey but it's definitely worth it! The location of the restaurant was also beautiful getting to see the silverado golf course. I would say if you are thinking about this restaurant, just go! It will be one of the best decisions of your vacation!
Crab fritter were too creamy for me, I like more crab. Country salad was good, really like the fact that it did not have arugula (overused). My filet was good, needed salt and soy dipping sauce. Really good Mica Cab 2008. For the price I'd go somewhere else next time. Nice view of the golf course. I guess this is good for the convenience of not driving; and you can enjoy a drink or two.
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