Travel through Napa Valley enjoying dinner aboard a refurbished 1915-1917 Pullman Cars create an atmosphere conducive to relaxation and enjoyment. Meals, crafted by Executive Chef Kelly Macdonald, are prepared in a specially fabricated kitchen car located immediately adjacent to each dining area. As with all our menu choices, the meals are freshly prepared on the train using only the freshest ingredients. The Gourmet Car has two seating's. Guests who are assigned first seating, dine on fresh soup or salad and their choice of entree in the dining car while traveling up the valley, and will be served dessert with coffee or tea in one of the lounge cars on the return trip. Those guests with a second seating assignment will be served appetizers in one of the lounge cars while heading North to St. Helena and will enjoy their fresh soup or salad, choice of entree and dessert in one of the dining cars on the return trip. All the rail cars are expertly finished with Honduran mahogany paneling, etched glass partitions, brass accents and original artwork. Guests are invited to explore the train where they may visit the kitchen car to see our chefs in action, our wine tasting bar, where our wine expert can help you find a favorite new wine, or the observation deck to enjoy an unobstructed view of the valley. To maintain the romance of the Napa Valley night, all parties enjoy private tables.
Package includes: multiple course gourmet meal, welcome taste of wine, and 3 hour antique train ride. With this option, soda, juice and additional alcoholic beverages are not included, but they are available for purchase on board.
Train departs from the Napa Valley Wine Train station in Napa, CA. Please book the San Francisco to Napa Connection if travelling from San Francisco.
March - November: Daily
*Note Napa Valley Wine Train will not be running on these dates:
Day prior to Valentines February 13, 2016
Valentines Day February 14, 2016
Mothers Day May 8th, 2016
July 04, 2016
Thanksgiving Day November 24th, 2016
New Years Eve December 31st, 2016