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Dinner at Amador Vintage Market

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Did you know that the private Vintner’s Room inside of our Amador Vintage Market will hold a private party for up to 30 people? We did precisely that last month when we hosted some very special guests for the night.

table setting

Table Setting

Cocktail Hour

Prior to sitting down, guests mingled in the tasting room.  As they enjoyed glasses of wine, passed appetizers included: duck & truffle bacon crackers, smoked salmon cubes with cucumber, and ratatouille crostini. The guests then moved into the intimate dining room for a multi-course dinner.


Dinner at Amador Vintage Market


Grilled Caesar Salad


The first course was a Grilled Vegetable Caesar Salad. This is made with baby little gem lettuce, tossed with our signature dressing and served with grilled artichokes, asparagus, red onions and cherry tomatoes. The salad is crowned with a Parmesan frico.


The second course was a Smoked Duck & Pork Belly Bao. This delicious dish is garnished with Thai herbs, mango slaw, sesame crèma and crispy avocado.


Pork Belly

Pork Bao


The third course was a venison roulade. This is stuffed with mushrooms, greens and truffle cheese. The accompaniment to the meat course was a potato purée, cassis demi-glace and truffle chips.


Main Course




And for dessert, the guests indulged in a gorgeous Spring Berry Pavlova. These mini meringues with spring fruits and white chocolate mousse make for quite the show-stopper.





The next time you are looking for a place to host your dinner party, give us a call. We will create a special menu for you, delight your guests and then clean up the mess.


Interested in reserving the Vintner’s Room at Amador Vintage Market for your next event? Contact us at (209) 245-FOOD for more details.

AUTHOR - Beth Sogaard

  • Dolores eitel | Jun 2, 2017 at 3:48 pm

    Recipe for shrimp and mushrooms. Can you use fresh mushrooms instead of dried? This catered meal looks wonderful. I have enjoyed your picnic baskets. This is my first visit to your website. I will try to make this shrimp recipe. Thank you.

    • Beth Sogaard | Jun 6, 2017 at 8:54 am

      Sure you could Dolores! Let us know how it goes if you try it that way. Thanks for visiting and we’ll look forward to seeing you in the market soon.

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