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Dine at Calistoga Ranch

Private lakeside dining in the heart of Napa Valley

Farm-fresh Napa Valley cuisine on the banks of Lake Lommel
At the heart of Calistoga Ranch dining is our relationship with local producers, including marine biologists-turned-fishmongers, a fourth-generation duck farmer, and a UC Davis pomology professor and his wife. Their extraordinary ingredients—supplemented by honey from our onsite beehive, herbs and vegetables from our produce gardens, and eggs from our chicken coop—form the backbone of our authentic Napa Valley cuisine inspired by the bounty of the region.
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Savor deliciously creative dishes that will satiate your palette
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Unforgettable Dining

The Lakehouse

Here’s where to find inspired takes on the region’s incredible bounty, from braised Niman Ranch pork shoulder with corn pudding and Bodega Bay wild salmon with whole wheat berries, all on a private setting overlooking our majestic Lake Lommel.
  • Mood is celebratory and romantic
  • Overlooking Lake Lommel
  • Breakfast-Lunch: 7am-4pm (during summer, lunch is served at the pool)
  • Dinner: 6pm-9pm
  • Lakehouse dining is reserved for overnight guests of the hotel

Private Dining

When you crave a night unlike any other, allow our team to set up an intimate private dining experience in the comfort of your guest lodge, unfolding an atmosphere of understated romance.

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Couple Dining

Best New Chefs Reunion Weekend

Join us for a first-of-its-kind three-day epicurean event filled with mouthwatering cuisine and incredible wine from Food & Wine Magazine's Best New Chefs and vintners in the California region.

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Calistoga Ranch Chef's Collection

Get a richer understanding of the flavors of the Napa Valley by working with our curated group of private chefs.

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Stories from Calistoga Ranch

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Eat Wine and Condiments

We can thank mustard for Napa Valley's coveted wine notes, as this unlikely seed provides vital nutrients and phosphorus to our beloved grapes. Though the golden plant didn't always grow in Napa, every year from January to March, our vineyards are blanketed in an alluring amber hue, which coincidentally fuels the condiment stand at roadside hotdog outpost, Gotts. You don't even have to wait in line to savor a Niman Ranch Fearless Frank, a dog topped with cheddar cheese and house-made chile - and, of course, mustard.

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