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About Towne House Restaurant at Wine & Roses
Towne House Restaurant at Wine & Roses is a legacy to the country farm it once was. Magnificent trees and gardens remain at the heart of the land and embody the essence and authenticity of our heritage. Our inspiration comes from our childhood, our neighborhood, and our experiences.
Our cuisine is simple, but creative. We celebrate with fervor our terroir, our farms, our ocean offering a farm-to-table experience with products sourced from local and area farms, as well as our own garden. Our cuisine is made for sharing.
We believe dining should be fun with freshness and surprises in the menu, and warmth in the dining room. We love what we do and are devoted to creating and sharing the joys of food, friends, and family.
The Towne House Restaurant offers an exceptional, intimate dining experience and cozy evenings in the lounge where music is at the center with Kim and friends.
Lodi, CA 95242
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday 7am-10:30 am
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11am - 2pm
Dinner: Everyday After 5pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 8am - 2:00pm
Lounge open daily with live music every evening
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Join us in the lounge with live music nightly featuring Kim Nejak and friends.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Towne House Restaurant at Wine & Roses Ratings and Reviews
We were very disappointed in the food, the steak was $55.00, the size was a little bigger than the size of a egg, very small for the price. I had the duck and it was very chewy, plus the wild rice pancake was very bland. I thought the prices where quite high even comparing them to the Napa area.
Ambience is great, as is the service. Food was a bit disappointing, considering the prices. The wife and I both had the seafood salad, which was a rectangular plate with what seemed like a scoop of tuna for a tuna melt sandwich on one end and a scoop of chopped bay shrimp on the other with a pile of mixed greens in between sans dressing. My mother's salad also came without dressing, which she had to request. The crab cake appetizer was very nice, although two balls of crab cake were split between three. The desserts were outstanding, as was the coffee with it. For the price, there are other places in Lodi where the food is more worthwhile.
Also, the room we were in was rather loud, making it hard to converse, due to the hard surfaces bouncing the sound. I could hear the people behind us than the people at my table.
Loved the cozy warmth of the quaint little restaurant. We were celebrating a special occasion, and so happy we chose this spot. The Pear salad was a delight and my duck was perfect. Hubby had the Ahi and said was fabulous.
Friends had yummy meals, too. Definitely going back.
Unfortunately, although I had confirmed our reservation by phone in addition to booking on-line, we were unable to get the outdoor seating I had requested and had to wait over 30 minutes for a table. The food and service were fine, but the lack of attention to the specific reservation (time and outdoor seating) detracted from the experience.
Loren our server was fabulous! I ordered a burger with no tomatoes for lunch. Both mine and my moms burgers came without the braised onions. It made it a little dry. I've had the burger there before in the past and it was delicious. Fries are good. Wine was good. I ordered the spicy peach margarita and it was too spicy for me. It was removed from our tab and I was only charged for the wine. Very nice of them. My mom had the mango mojito and she loved it. My sister had the Bloody Mary and really liked it. I would go back again for lunch while having a spa day.
The menu was deceptive. I ordered the rack of lamb at $45, so I expected to see a full rack. What I was served was two lamb chops. They were delicious - very tender and flavorful. But it was not a good value. The menu should have said lamb chops instead of "rack of lamb". My date had the chicken. It was cooked to perfection. A seared light crisp on the outside, juicy and tender on the inside. The mashed potato side dish was strange. It was swirled into the shape of a croissant and had minimal flavor with no texture resembling actual potato. Reminded me of boxed mashed potato. The ambiance was very pleasant and the server was accommodating. My date had called ahead to ask if it was ok to bring in a birthday cake for me. They said yes, along with a $10 service charge. She brought the cake and they took it to the kitchen only to have the manager bring it back out saying "this is a homemade cake, which we cannot serve to you". It would have been nice if they would have told her that when she called ahead for permission.
Delightful and Delicious
We dined mid week at Towne House restaurant and the experience was wonderful. Vincent, our server, was most attentive. We shared the crab cake appetizer, which has a new look. The dish is now served with a refreshing citrus salad. Wonderful! We tried the special of the wine evening which was Mero sea bass from Hawaii. The fish was delicious and was served with a mustard vermouth sauce. Great meal, beautiful dining room, and outstanding service.
Took a friend to Brunch at W&R. Waited at the table with no contact after being seated. Had to ask bus boy to get our server. Ordered 1 glass of wine, they brought out 2. I ordered a plate with wagu beef. It was terrible. Rice, beef patty like on a MacDonalds burger, two eggs over easy, $18.00. Asked for the desert menu and got two different menus. Had to ask which one was the one we could order from. Saving grace was the desert we ordered, coconut creme brulee with a cookie and chocolate gelato.
Cinco de Mayo, 2017
Two Towne House Lunches are better than One
While the T was topping off electrons at the Wine and Roses HPWC, we enjoyed a lunch of flank steak on salad leaves, Point Reyes bleu cheese, red onions with toasted rye bread and butter. I ordered the unusual yet delicious rare Hawaiian ahi tuna, with soba noodles, edamame beans, crispy rice noodle garnish, and a luscious lime emulsion.
The 2013 Klinker Brick Cabernet Sauvignon was a revelation, smooth, deep, bowl of fruit. Would buy!
First of all I made a reservation a week ago. So why did we have to wait 30 min for outdoor seating. When I asked the hostess if everyone on the patio had reservations? Well...at least she didn't lie when she said "most of them but we had some large parties". Um yes...I was one with reservations for 6. Only one bartender so the wait for drinks was forever. I am a vegetarian and had planned on the quiche all week only to be told they had just served the last one. Batting 1000 in this place today...
Food was beautifully composed with excellent flavor. However our main courses were warm to cold when they were presented to us. Service was very good. However, our dinner with an app, 2 salads, 2 glasses if wine and two mains was $200.00 For that tab, it's not unreasonable to expect your food to be hot. Ambience was nice!
Food and service were very nice. I so enjoyed my seared Ahi...and my friend (and I) loved the pork chop. Only 'negative' was the hyper-green color of the pea and potato accompaniment to the chop. I LOVED the flavor but found the color completely off-putting. My friend avoided it altogether due to the color of it. Nonetheless, thanks for a delightful evening.
We have been here more than a few times. Went here for Easter lunch..
Very nice surroundings..Older buildings in a forest type setting. Lot of grounds and flowers.
Very limited menu for an Easter lunch. Wife had a tuna melt and I had hash and poached eggs. Two memosa's....Bill came close to $60... Expensive for our meals.
Overall for this occasion, not much.. Limited menu very disappointing.
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