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The Backstage Brasserie

Executive Sous Chef Joe Quicke

The Backstage Brasserie

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LAMB MEATBALLS

PROSCIUTTO WRAPPED NECTARINES

DUCK RILLETTES

FRESH WATER PINK TROUT

GRILLED SLICED STRIP STEAK

MEDITERRANEAN SWORDFISH

SCALLOPS & SHRIMP

The Winery Deck

Situated on a large patio adjacent to the concert bowl, this restaurant features California comfort cuisine, inspired by the flavors of Italy. The two-course, prix-fixe dining experience is brought to life by our Executive Sous Chef, Joseph Quicke. Dessert is an optional addition. Diners can enjoy the view of our lush Estate vineyards, while savoring a superb meal. Purchasing dinner in advance is strongly advised.


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Concert Dining Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any advantages to dining at the venue?

In addition to a fantastic meal, there are other advantages of dining at The Mountain Winery on a concert night...

Diners arrive to the venue earlier than the rest of the concert patrons. Diners generally get better parking which makes for an earlier exit at the end of the concert.

Our servers and kitchen are keenly aware of the show start time and up-to-the-minute changes in run of show. We will make sure that diners have all of the information, don't miss the concert, and ultimately, enjoy a more relaxing evening.

What time should I arrive for dinner?

Restaurants open two hours prior to the show start time. The last seating for dinner will take place at the beginning of the show. On the rare occasion that our restaurants open early, our Ticket & Dining department will contact patrons who pre-purchased dinner by email to inform them of changes to the timeline.

We encourage you to come early so you can enjoy every second of the evening! 

What is the dress code for dinner?

There is no formal dress code. Please consider our mountain top location when preparing for an evening concert. Dressing in layers is recommended to ensure a comfortable experience. High heels can be challenging as there are hills and stairs on the way to your seat.

Are there gluten free, vegan, or vegetarian options?

Yes. The menus feature symbols indicating which dishes are vegan, vegetarian and gluten free.

Why are there two menus?

Our Executive Chef alters the menu half way through the summer to support his goal of serving local and seasonal ingredients. Please review the menu which corresponds to the date of your concert.

Can I bring my own food or beverages?

Outside food and beverages are not permitted into the venue. Wide selections of dining options are available to choose from.

Please click here to visit our Concert Dining Page for a description of each restaurant and sample menus.

Are children allowed in the restaurants?

Children are welcome to attend the Concert Dining experience, but we do not offer a children’s menu or special pricing.

Are the restaurants ADA Compliant?

Is there a corkage fee?

Wine cannot be brought into the venue.

Can I purchase wine to bring home?

Yes! Inquire with your server or click here to visit our Wine Store today.

Will I be watching the concert from my seat in the restaurant?

Guests of The Backstage Brasserie will be able to hear the concert from the restaurant, but will not be able to see the stage. While customers are welcomed to stay in the restaurant once the show has started, most will want to enjoy the concert from their seat in The Concert Bowl in order to maximize the experience.

The Winery Deck Testimonials

The staff - Tiffany treated us like family! (Family that you like :)) I mentioned to my...

friend that I felt like i was at Cheers... Where everybody knows your name!

Henry D. 

We dined at The Winery Deck several times this year. Outstanding menu, cocktails, and...

service; it's so nice to dine and then stroll to the concert bowl. Gorgeous setting!

Rosalie P. 

We LOVED our experience at The Winery Deck. The food was amazing...

Service is always friendly and accessible. We still talk about it. Don't change a thing!

Lyndy D.

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