The new spring seasonal menu is here and available through June. This season's menu marks the return of pork to the entrees in the form of hoisin-glazed pork chops. Our newest burger mixes an apricot glaze with bacon and bleu cheese and has been a staff favorite during testing. Lastly, our newest cocktail takes a spin on a classic, combining High West Double Rye bourbon with agave, lemon, lime and orange.
The Grill House will be closed to the public on Saturday, March 17th, for a private event. We will open to the public at 4:00pm, and immediately start celebrating St. Patrick's Day with green beer, an Irish beef stew and corned beef paninis.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause and appreicate your understanding.
We are constantly searching the for latest and greatest from the local food and beverage seen. Through that quest, we have found three new wines that were so good, we decided we had to share them. Enjoy!
Frei Brothers Chardonnay
From the winemaker: Our russian river valley chardonnay is a soft and complex reflection of one of sonoma's most renowned cool-climate regions. This wine displays flavors of green apple, orange zest and apple pie, complemented by notes of butter and toast. The rich, nutty flavors in this chardonnay lead to a silky finish and a plush mouthfeel.
Meiomi Pinot Noir
From the winemaker: A rich garnet color with a ruby edge, the wine opens to reveal lifted fruit aromas of bright strawberry and jammy fruit, mocha, and vanilla, along with toasty oak notes. Expressive boysenberry, blackberry, dark cherry, juicy strawberry, and toasty mocha flavors lend complexity and depth on the palate. The well-integrated oak provides structure and depth seldom seen in Pinot Noir.
Conundrum Red Blend
From the winemaker: We believe in being both serious and playful, and this wine fits the bill. A rich, dark red, it offers aromas of ripe berries and plums, warmed by a hint of cocoa. Dried fruit and the taste of chocolate-covered cherries come through on the palate, while a wisp of smokiness makes this wine – created from dark red varietals including Zinfandel and Petite Sirah – the perfect complement to grilled meats and full-flavored dishes. Tannins are rounded out by the ripeness of the berries for a texturous but smooth mouth feel. The finish makes us think of lingering at the end of a long evening and still not wanting to go home, with layers of rich flavor that teasingly trail off.
The Grill House bar isn't just about craft beer. Did you know we currently offer 18 whiskeys? We've curated our list, after enjoying a few tastings, to feature a combination of favorites, locals and some that are hard to find. In fact, our newest three whiskeys speak directly to that.
Redwood Empire is a true American whiskey that comes from our friends in the North Bay at Graton Distillery. This whiskey a blend of eleven-year, five-year and four-year-old bourbons mixed with three and two-year-old rye for a complex yet smooth tasting whiskey.
Redwood Empire joins the list of our local whiskeys, including Old Potrero's Single Malt Rye and 18th Century-style Rye out of San Francisco, and Lost Republic's Straight Bourbon from Healdsburg.
HIGH WEST DOUBLE RYE!
Blended in Park City, Utah, Double Rye! is an unusual shotgun marriage of two rye whiskies from two different distilleries back east, combining a feisty high rye 2-year-old and a saddle smooth 16-year-old.
If you're into rye whiskey, we also have Bulleit, Jack Daniel's, Templeton and Redemption rye whiskeys.
KENTUCKY OWL STRAIGHT RYE
Aged 11 years, this rye whiskey was previously only found in Kentucky - until this year when it was released to a select few states. Part of a small batch of only 7,000 bottles, this highly sought after rye features a very floral nose and an easy to enjoy flavor that is meant to be sipped.